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Can’t Touch This: Sexual Assault Awareness Month

Maddie Conley Online Editor Opinion A group of middle school girls sits around a table serious and straight-faced. This is an uncommon occurrence. Being a leader at my church’s youth group, I have the privilege of meeting with a group of young girls every Sunday night to talk about life. …

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Students Organize Campus-Wide Walkout Against Gun Violence

Maddie Conley Online Editor It’s not often that students are encouraged to drop their pencils, close up their laptops and walk out of class. This Friday at 10 a.m. on Eisenhower Lawn there will be a campus-wide walkout to encourage solidarity in the wake of many shootings that have devastated …

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‘The Most Impactful Event’: Stories from the Human Library

Becky Kimmel Editor-in-Chief   Wednesday afternoon, Murray Library was filled with stories. Stories from students, faculty and staff. Stories that were told to other students, to other faculty and to other staff. Each storyteller has an experience all their own; one they wanted to share, or one they felt others …

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Is He Dead? Keeps Twain Fresh In the Twenty-First Century

Matt Dekonty Student Writer Opinion What’s It About? The plot of Is He Dead? centers around a painter in need of some fast cash who realizes his artworks would fetch a higher price if he was deceased. His acquaintances proceed to force him into a scheme where he fakes in …

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Daily De-Stressors: For the Spring Weather

Charmaine Lim Student Writer Read Everything, Everything by Nicola Yoon. Maddy Whittier is allergic to the world, which means that she can’t ever go outside. Her days are spent in her white, sterilized room, doing homework for her tutor and talking to her housekeeper, Carla. Until a boy, Oliver Bright …

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Week in Review: B-Sides Returns

Ally Hufford Student Writer This week has been tough. I feel like I spent the entire week cooped up in my room studying for exams, working on assignments and attempting to catch up on sleep. Despite the busyness of this week, campus life continued to be exciting. Here’s what you …

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Wrestling Team Enters the World of Pokémon

Maddie Conley Online Editor Campus saw an outbreak of Pokémon characters yesterday. Don’t worry, the colorful creatures seen running around have been identified as the men’s wrestling team. The game involves senior team members acting as “trainers” chasing after the underclassmen acting as Pokémon. The trainer who catches the most …

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Seniors Face Pressure to Make Post-Grad Plans

Jessica Henry Student Writer With commencement quickly approaching, the future is at the top of the list of things seniors are thinking about. In addition to finishing class work and making the most out of the last days of their college career, students are making decisions about the next stage …

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Lost Films-Know Before You Go: Darkest Hour

Robert Bouffard Student Writer Opinion I’m not someone who knows a whole lot about history. Before seeing Darkest Hour, I knew that Winston Churchill was the Prime Minister of England during World War II, but that’s about it. Fortunately, the way the plot of Darkest Hour is structured allows someone …

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