Campus Bookstore Under New Management

The bookstore on campus officially opened as Barnes & Noble on Monday, April 23 under new manager Carla Oliver Bowens. According to David Sklar, Executive […]

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Honors Symposium Explores Concept of Truth

A well-filled auditorium populated by students and faculty embarked on a quest for the truth at the Honors Symposium on Truth across the Disciplines on […]

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Student Involvement Recognizes Achievement in Clubs, Organizations

Student leaders and advisors were honored Friday, April 13, at the 70th Annual Student Recognition Dinner. “The recognition dinner is for the student leaders on […]

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Week of Womanhood

The last week of March marked the Week of Womanhood as a final celebration of Women’s Herstory Month. The series of events put on by […]

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“Less Is More” Lecture Dives Into New Treatment Methods for Anxiety

Anxiety disorders are widespread among the student population and the most popular way to treat them is by overexposing individuals to the things they are […]

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We’re Vikings, So Let’s Act Like It

Our Scandinavian ancestors did everything together. From partying to the battlefield, Viking clans were more than a ride or die kind of group, they were […]

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Namaste On Track This Year

You can do anything for ten days, right? While many of us pile up new year’s resolutions we can’t keep for a whole year anyway, […]

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Who Told You That Carbs Are Bad? That’s ImPASTAble

It wasn’t until I moved to the United States when everyone started telling me how bad eating pasta was for my health. The claim is […]

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Fish Are Friends, Not Disposable Party Decorations

Goldfish are pets kept for companionship or pleasure. They have a heartbeat, they can feel pain, yet they often end up being treated as table […]

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Convenient Packaging Leads to Environmental Harm

Sometimes, a trip to the supermarket can be bizarre. What we may find is a banana in a vacuum-sealed plastic bag or a peeled orange […]

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