The Highlander

Lent offers season of hope

Nicole Battista, Reporter

February 28, 2012

Filed under Campus Life

MU Campus Ministers describe Lent as a season for renewal and reconciliation of one’s relationship with God through three disciplines: fasting, prayer, and almsgiving. Chaplain Father Don Williams provides a metaphor to help people fully understand the meaning of Lent. “In the physical world if we see a house burning...

OT rockstar headlines events

Shawn Kellmer, Reporter

February 28, 2012

Filed under Arts and Entertainment, Campus Life

  Dr. Florence Clark, President of the American Occupational Therapy Association (AOTA) and Chair of the University of Southern California (USC) Occupational Therapy Department will visit campus March 30. “As a member of the honor society, this is a huge deal. The honor society strives to promote scholarship with...

Not your daddy’s tattoo

Not your daddy’s tattoo

February 14, 2012

People are campus are getting personal about their body art. Tattoos have evolved from a cultural shame...

Smoking Policy Updated

Smoking Policy Updated

Brittany Hayes, Reporter

February 14, 2012

Filed under Campus Life

Student Government Association officials are trying to clear confusion surrounding the newest regulations...

Project inspires youth in philosophy department

Gabriella Lengyel, Reporter

February 14, 2012

Filed under Campus Life

The philosophy department is working to help students put the discipline to work in their lives with the Applied Philosophy Project. Mark Painter, the project’s advisor and Philosophy Department Chair, says it will enable students to take what they know about philosophy and use it. The project will also build the department,...

Parking spaces slashed yet again

Parking spaces slashed yet again

January 31, 2012

Parking on campus has turned into sport—students drive strategically, hoping to snag a suddenly empty...

Cougar Radio jam packed

Shawn Kellmer, Reporter

January 31, 2012

Filed under Arts and Entertainment, Campus Life

Just like the rest of MU, Cougar Radio is under construction as the staff is hard at work improve its presence on campus and in the community. The radio station is holding events throughout the semester, teaming up with various non-profit groups to help raise money for each charity’s cause. The events are also a way to...

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