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Edwidge Danticat Presents Keynote Speech for Humanities Symposium

Kelly Webber Web Manager “Create dangerously, for people who read dangerously. That is what I’ve always thought it meant to be a writer. Writing, knowing in part that no matter how trivial your words may seem, someday, somewhere, someone may risk his or her life to read them” –Edwidge Danticat …

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Week in Review: Symposium, Showcase and Syria

Ally Hufford Student Writer Another week means another handful of events that you may have missed: Thursday, February 15 – Sunday, February 18 – The Boy Friend The Department of Theater and Dance put on their final performances of The Boy Friend this weekend. The musical is a spoof of …

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Week in Review: Olympics and More

Ally Hufford Student Writer We have reached the end of our first full week of the semester. I don’t know about you, but I would have loved another mid-week snow day. On top of all the school work, the plethora of events is back. Thursday, February 8 – Sunday, February …

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Eyas Hosts “Give Big” To Inspire Generosity

Maddie Conley Online Editor Eyas Student Alumni Council and the Office of Annual Giving is hosting their annual philanthropy event called Give Big on February 14th-15th. Through opportunities and events encouraging small acts of kindness, Eyas hopes to foster a desire among students to give even more generously in the …

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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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Week in Review: Spring Semester Begins

Ally Hufford Student Writer The break is over and spring semester is in full-swing. Syllabus week is mostly a ten-minute read-through of class objectives and conduct before diving into the subject. Wednesday’s snow day brought a surprising break to the school week. Here’s what you may have missed in all …

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The Process of Booking Big: Lecrae Spring Concert

Maddie Conley Online Editor The Student Activities Board recently announced that Christian rap artist, Lecrae, would be headlining the spring concert on February 16 in Brubaker Auditorium. While choosing Lecrae may have been a no-brainer, booking an artist as big as him was not an easy process. SAB Concerts Executive …

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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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