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Exams Rescheduled

Exams Rescheduled

Due to weather Sat 12/17/16 exams are rescheduled: 8am to 1pm and 10;30am to 3:30pm. Commencement events are as scheduled.

Dec 16

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Compressed Schedule

Compressed Schedule

December 12, 2016

Chick-Fil-A Finally Opens!

Chick-Fil-A Finally Opens!

November 10, 2016

Donald Trump Wins Presidency

Donald Trump Wins Presidency

November 9, 2016

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News

Professors Explore Meaning of Trump Win

Professors Explore Meaning of Trump Win

Annette Ritzko, Web Editor

The election of Donald Trump came as a surprise to many, and professors are considering the reasons for Trump's unexpected victory  and what his presidency will hold. Irene...  Read More »

Nov 28

What It’s Like to Walk the Length of Campus

What It’s Like to Walk the Length of Campus

November 28, 2016

1,631. That’s how many steps it takes to walk along campus—and the newly installed sidewalks and bridge—from Mercy Hall to Machell Hall. I...  Read More »

GPP Wants You

GPP Wants You

November 28, 2016

The Guaranteed Placement Program  is evolving, and it is interested in student feedback to ensure the program meets their needs. According to Caroly...  Read More »

Work Study Positions: Available, Underutilized

Work Study Positions: Available, Underutilized

November 17, 2016

Fewer students are filling work study positions this year, and officials are working to increase the number of students who work on campus. This semester, 464 studen...  Read More »

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Arts and Entertainment

Creative Corner: We in Solidarity

Creative Corner: We in Solidarity

Taylor Rupp

You will not silence us, not again, not after we have had our taste of rights. You will not own us, not again, not after we have had our taste of freedom. You will not...  Read More »

Dec 12

In One Ear: Notes From the Local Music Scene

In One Ear: Notes From the Local Music Scene

December 12, 2016

By the time anyone actually reads this, I may very well be on winter break. Because this is the last column for the semester, and because...  Read More »

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Sports

“Agree to Disagree, but I’m Probably Right”: Baseball: America’s Pastime

“Agree to Disagree, but I’m Probably Right”: Baseball: America’s Pastime

Parker Abate, Columnist

Baseball is an incredible sport. It is the best sport. Although many fans find baseball uninteresting to watch, as a player of America’s pastime, I can tell you that there...  Read More »

Dec 13

Men’s Basketball Off To Hot Start

Men’s Basketball Off To Hot Start

December 8, 2016

The men’s basketball team is off to an impressive 4-1 start this season under head coach Willie Chandler. Chandler is...  Read More »

“Agree to Disagree, But I’m Probably Right” : The NFL Does OT Wrong, Should Adapt to College Rules

“Agree to Disagree, But I’m Probably Right” : The NFL Does OT Wrong, Should Adapt to College Rules

November 29, 2016

As of week eight of the NFL season, two games have ended in a tie, something that hasn’t happened in the NFL since 1997....  Read More »

Fall Sports Come to a Close

Fall Sports Come to a Close

November 29, 2016

Fall sports came to and end when the women’s soccer team lost in the NCAA Tournament, but  season was still a success...  Read More »

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