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  • Close knit women’s golf ready for spring season

    The women’s golf team is ready to take its trip to Florida over spring break and compete in the invitationals hosted by Butler University

  • ‘Champion for students’ accepts job in Oregon

    Angela Batista will serve as associate vice provost and dean of students at Oregon State University beginning this summer

  • Food expo attracts fans from all over

    Carter Hall was filled to the brim Friday as international club members, students and faculty alike lined up for worldly treats and entertainment

News

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Lukens reflects on time with President Ford

Standing 15 feet away, in his “two sizes too big suit,” armed with his Beretta 22 Pistol, Horace Lukens III, a member of the White House Advance Team, witnessed the assassination attempt of President Gerald Ford by a member of the Manson Family. “A Secret Service agent karate chopped her on

March 3, 2015 No Comments

Sports

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Eagles hope to find consistency in spring season

The men’s golf team is set to begin its spring season and is looking to have a stronger season than it did in the fall. A lot of fall tournaments ended with the Eagles in the middle of the pack. Grant Saylor, a sophomore pre-criminal justice major, said he felt the

March 3, 2015 No Comments

Features

Millie (Katie Jones) and Hal (Antonio King) get to know each other while the rest of the cast pimps for the Labor Day picnic.

‘Picnic’ lively, but cliché

The co-production of New Harmony Theatre and USI Theatre gave a lively performance of a linear plot in their adaptation of William Inge’s Picnic.

February 25, 2015 No Comments

Reader Poll

(In response to "Temperature cools, students sizzle" by Gavin Gaddis)

Was the university right in opening having classes on Feb. 17?

  • Yes (53%, 9 Votes)
  • No (47%, 8 Votes)

Total Voters: 17

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Reviews

New Bond film different, but good

Rated:

March 3, 2015 No Comments.

Stylized action, gun fights, fun gadgets, likeable characters and loveable villains are all present in this love letter to spy films of yesteryear from director Matthew Vaughn (Kick-Ass, X-Men: First Class)
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