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Serving up Success – Centerfield
Fresh off a spring break trip to Hilton Head, South Carolina, the Men’s Tennis team is poised to make waves during their competitive spring season. The team played in three matches over the course of the week, with wins over Roanoke and Mary Baldwin, and a loss to...
On “To Kill a Mockingbird” – The Candid Reader
Harper Lee’s “To Kill a Mockingbird” is a masterpiece of American literature that has remained a classic for over six decades. The novel is set in the 1930s in a small town in Alabama and follows the story of Scout Finch, a young girl growing up in a racially divided...
The Wild Western Conference: Who Will Make the Playoffs? – Hit The Post
March is the perfect time for basketball. High school teams are playing for their state championships, while March Madness gets all the national headlines. But in the NBA, March is the time for many teams to make a late season playoff push. In the Western Conference...
Introducing: the December Issue
From campus magazine racks to your personal device, the next issue of the Swinging Bridge Magazine is here!
"Students have been asking why athletes are able to get away with breaking the universal guidelines set in place because of COVID-19
Read about the difference between arts and athletics.
From “Arts and Athletes During COVID-19,” pg. 15
"I think that God's heart is very clear that He uses women, He empowers women..."
Read about the leadership of women.
From “Redefining Femininity,” pg. 11
"It's always been a little difficult to recruit people to run for presidency."
Read about the struggles of finding students to run for presidency and leadership opportunities.
From “Student Elections & Leadership Opportunities,” pg. 10
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