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Students welcome fall at Mayse Farm

Students welcome fall at Mayse Farm

Sarah Rogres, Features Editor

September 30, 2017

The sky burned deep oranges and reds as the tractor rumbled softly through the well-worn path. Corn stalks still too green to be harvested smacked gently against the hay wagon as students swayed with the irregular movements of the bumpy ground below. Olivia Lucas said the last time she was on a hayride, she was ...

Paint War adds splash of color to campus

Paint War adds splash of color to campus

Jeana Everhart, Staff Writer

September 12, 2017

Maddie Seib convinced her friends to join her for a colorful Sunday afternoon.   The junior nursing major arrived with her friends in white shirts ready for battle, and by the time they left, each was covered in an armament of colors. Firing paint from water guns and hitting everyone in sig...

Hope for campus events

Philip Kuhns

September 21, 2016

Friday night, I walked into the Multicultural Center’s Late Night @ USI event, ‘Rhythm Fest’ and was outside, headed home in approximately two minutes.

STORIFY: Trustees wrap up semester

Gabi Wy, News Editor

April 29, 2016

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APB announces upcoming events

Gabi Wy

August 27, 2015

Thursday, Aug. 27, students can watch "Pitch Perfect 2" in Forum 1. Activities Planning Board will provide fun prizes like movie posters and a Pitch Perfect DVD. APB will have a Call Out Meeting on Sept. 2 from 6 p.m. to 7 p.m. in UC2217. The meeting will involve games, free food and information...

EVENT ALERT: Midnight Breakfast

Caleb Riley

December 4, 2013

The Midnight Breakfast/Chill-out is a two-part event held at 9 p.m. until midnight Dec. 10, and is sponsored by the Student Housing Association, APB and Sodexo. The point of the event is to provide stress relief for students before their final exams start at the end of the semester. The first half...

Film projector goes digital

Roberto Campos

February 21, 2013

As the lights dim, everyone settles into their seats with popcorn and drinks in hand, waiting for the movie to begin. It’s an experience that’s familiar to many people, and one that’s started to change as more and more movie theaters gravitate towards presenting movies in a digital format. ...

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