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Chick-Fil-A Finally Opens!

Chick-Fil-A Finally Opens!

The Chick-fil-a in Banks Student Life Center finally opened up its doors today. Students have been waiting patiently and were very excited to get their food.

Nov 10

Recent Breaking News Stories

Donald Trump Wins Presidency

Donald Trump Wins Presidency

November 9, 2016

Chopping Block Now Open!

Chopping Block Now Open!

November 7, 2016

The Addition of a Men’s and Women’s Ice Hockey Team has been Finalized

The Addition of a Men’s and Women’s Ice Hockey Team has been Finalized

October 25, 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

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 »

Students, Faculty, Staff: ‘It’s On Us’

Students, Faculty, Staff: ‘It’s On Us’

November 16, 2016

The "It’s On Us" campaign is demonstrating that members of the campus community can bring about change with teamwork. The campaign focuses on sexual...  Read More »

Organizers Credit Depth of Hemingway Symposium for Turnout

Organizers Credit Depth of Hemingway Symposium for Turnout

November 2, 2016

More than 400 people attended the Hemingway Symposium, Oct. 22, and organizers credit the Hemingway name, but also the event’s multi-dimensional attraction,...  Read More »

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Arts and Entertainment

Tourism on a Dime: Discover Washington D.C. Affordably

Tourism on a Dime: Discover Washington D.C. Affordably

Over the last few weeks I have been traveling a little more than usual. I recently visited my hometown of Washington D.C., and while I was there I toured the local monuments. What...  Read More »

Nov 28

In One Ear: Notes From the Local Music Scene

In One Ear: Notes From the Local Music Scene

November 16, 2016

For the first time, I’m leaving the realm of rock and diving straight into a genre I’m not nearly enough of an expert on, but am more than...  Read More »

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Sports

“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

Parker Abate, Reporter

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. It made me wonder, why make overtime so complicated? Currently,...  Read More »

Nov 29

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 »

Pat the Punter is Piquing NFL Interest

Pat the Punter is Piquing NFL Interest

November 28, 2016

Senior punter Patrick Newins concentrated hard when he took his second quarter punt during a game against Albright. Get the...  Read More »

“Agree to Disagree, But I’m Probably Right”- Designated Hitter: Hit or Miss?

“Agree to Disagree, But I’m Probably Right”- Designated Hitter: Hit or Miss?

November 16, 2016

The designated hitter in baseball is defined by Baseball Reference as “a player in the batting order to hit only but not ...  Read More »

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