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Tattoo Tuesdays: Kia Treml

Stephanie Bricker Student Writer Tattoos can serve many purposes, represent many things and tell many stories. For Kia Treml, ’21, tattoos have almost always been part of her life. They are a way to connect with her parents and she has gotten tattoos dedicated to each of them. How many …

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A Month or a Mindset: Black History Month

Maddie Conley Online Editor How do we reconcile the contrasting realities of two holidays occurring in and defining the same month? February brings Valentine’s Day as well as Black History Month. One holiday is riddled with love and warm feelings, the other recognizes a struggle against hate. The themes of …

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Tattoo Tuesdays: Abby Pepitone

Stephanie Bricker Student Life Editor Getting a tattoo can be a scary experience. For a lot of people, there’s a fear that a visible tattoo may hold you back professionally. But, for senior education major Abby Pepitone, her compass tattoo was worth it. Not even the threat of professional backlash …

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Week in Review: J-Term Comes to a Close

Ally Hufford Student Writer We have finally entered the five blissful days between J-Term and the beginning of spring semester. These few days are the most stress-free days we will get before spring break in March. Here are a few things you may have missed during the last days of …

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The Secret Life of the Messiah Professor: Dan Schmidt

Zoë Lehmann Student Writer Students who have met him or attended one of his classes will know Professor Dan Schmidt to be quiet, vastly knowledgeable about the Bible and a staunch advocate for following proper grammar. Before the college years, Schmidt, of course, had a childhood, as we all did. …

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Week in Review: Wrapping Up J-Term

Ally Hufford Student Writer Congratulations! We’re officially done with the worst week of J-term – the full week. Sitting through five consecutive days of class is a lot harder than I remember, but at least the end is in sight. Here are a few things you may have missed if …

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Tattoo Tuesdays: Nate Gorkos

Ian Tan Student Writer In this column, the topic of discussion usually circulates around how expressive tattoos are as images, thus giving us an additional voice to the usual words we speak. However, as I interviewed Nate Gorkos, a junior English major, I realized how comics have also contributed to …

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Week in Review: MLK Celebrations

Ally Hufford Student Writer We arrived back on campus a little over a week ago, and our brains are starting to adjust to the course-load that comes with J-Term. Most of us were beyond thankful for the long weekend that Monday’s holiday brought. Many of the events on campus this …

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