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March 30 • A TV was reported stolen at the apartment leasing office at 8:47 a.m. • Marijuana and drug paraphernalia were reported inside of a dorm in Residence Hall West by peer advisors at 10:55 a.m. • Drinks were reported to be stolen from an unlocked vending machine in...

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Club advocates  camping rentals for all students

Club advocates camping rentals for all students

Students may soon have the option to check out tents and sleeping bags pending an agreement between the Outdoor Adventure Club and Recreational Sports. Lauren O’Neal, president of the club and a biology sophomore, approached the Rec Sports staff to talk about the university providing camping equipment in order to...

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Comet Town to break ground April 16

After years of planning and preparation, the construction of Comet Town, the development project on the north side of campus that will feature new dining and housing, is set to commence. Groundbreaking will take place on April 16 at 3 p.m. in the corner of Rutford Avenue and Synergy Park...

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A SHOW OF FAITH

A SHOW OF FAITH

Students navigate external, internal ways of expressing their faith Editor’s note: Students interviewed for this article constitute a random cross-section of religions and is in no means complete in its coverage of all faiths. The views of sources interviewed for this article are their personal accounts and not necessarily representative...

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Journalist talks race in mass media

Journalist talks race in mass media

Touré, a journalist and host of  “The Cycle” on MSNBC, came to campus on April 1 to discuss the media’s role in the ongoing battle for civil rights. Touré is the author of “Who’s Afraid of Post-Blackness?: What It Means to be Black Now” and “I Would Die 4 U:...

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The Art of Pitching

The Art of Pitching

Technique, mental toughness more imporant to quality of pitching than pure arm strength according to coaches, players To the casual observer, pitching may appear easy. If the pitcher can throw the ball faster than the batter can hit it, then the thrower wins. What many may not understand, however, is...

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Sound of Success

Sound of Success

Student violist selected to perform with National Youth Orchestra at Carnegie Hall for second year Six years ago, Shan Su began volunteering at a medical center in Indianapolis bringing patients blankets and food when she realized there was one more way she could contribute. She could play the viola for...

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