Final tips for success

November 30, 2017 0

Achieve end-of-semester goals by following this advice Ditch the fries. Greasy foods tend to slow mental cognition. This means loading up on fries and burgers in the dining hall on your way to a study Read More

Feature: Struggling through Faith

November 30, 2017 0

Taylor Condre delivers sermons in senior project series Her short, messily-styled hair and glowing cheeks radiate the many colors of the stained-glass windows around her.  On Nov. 21, the campus sanctuary moves for Religious Life Read More

Fear of flu vaccines unneeded

November 8, 2017 0

Students should consider vaccination benefits over risks While historians would say we are living in the information age, some items on the internet would beg to differ.  Misinformation is a real issue. When it invades Read More

Course schedule adjusted, going virtual

November 8, 2017 0

Provost works with faculty to avoid cancelations, promote alternative learning On Monday and Wednesday afternoons, Hamilton Auditorium will sit empty for the majority of November after Fine Arts Professor Gordon Strain revised his public speaking Read More

Administration cuts birth control guarantee

October 26, 2017 0

Women deserve support in protecting the only body they have Women are again losing control over their bodies—the result of a culture that long repressed female sexuality and health. The Department of Health and Human Read More

College emphasizes security over insecurity

October 26, 2017 0

How the Office of Global Education protects travelers in times of crisis With a record-breaking 106 student travelers abroad last Winter Term, four students abroad this semester and one for the entire academic year, monitoring Read More

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