A Little Pay to Play Doesn’t Hurt Your Day

by Ken Sandoval   On March 27, the latest installment of the “Far Cry series,” “Far Cry 5,” was released to “generally favorable” reviews according […]

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Week of Womanhood

The Week of Womanhood sought to empower women on campus. /Dana Hirsch and Garrison Marschnerby Dana Hirsch The last week of March marked the Week […]

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Tone Deaf: What Does the Program Director Listen to?

Hendrix is widely regarded as the greatest guitarist of all time. /Marjut Valakiviby Jade Watts How can an artist that The Rock and Roll Hall […]

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Crema Cafe now open for three minutes on Fridays

Cafe introduces new hours to compensate for slow Fridays. /Glinda T. Goodby Glinda T. Good Getting your caffeine fix on Friday mornings may pose an […]

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Raucous Lip Sync Battle Takes Over Tech Lounge

The MC determines Lip Sync Battle winner by gauging crowd enthusiam. /Javier Williamsby Ken Sandoval Anyone who walked by the Tech Lounge during common hour […]

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Groundhog Blamed for Ongoing Winter Season

by Na’irb Etnop One day shy of April Fool’s Day, the North East was gifted with a snow storm in spite being two weeks into […]

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Campus Democrats, Republicans Now Just One Guy Quietly Eating Saltines

by Na’irb Etnop What began as an ambitious attempt for politically conscious students to engage with one another and support their preferred political party has […]

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Healthy Food Bites To-Go: These Are a Few of My Favorite (Healthy) Things

by Ronna Corlin The word “FOODIE” has gotten stale over time. What was once a distinguished title, used sparingly, and reserved for those food adventure […]

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

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

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Tone Deaf: What Does the Program Director Listen to?

Multinational band offers chaotic yet cohesive sounds in their self-titled album. /Paul Hudsonby Jade Watts Odd octad Superorganism is a refreshing modern band that plays […]

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