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Clery report adjusts to new leadership

Clery report adjusts to new leadership

Noah Alatza, Staff Writer

November 30, 2017

Illustration by Abigail Stanley Amid new data provided by Public Safety’s annual Clery report, changes in presidential politics could affect how certain crimes are reported. The change in reporting came with new Obama-era Title IX policies being enforced. Now, with a new president in office, it is uncl...

Learning to lead

Brandon Cole, Staff Writer

October 19, 2016

After deciding to go back to school to finish my RN-BSN, I have decided to apply for my Master’s in Science in Nursing Management and Leadership. Through class and clinical I am learning what kind of a leader I want to be , but also attributes that I want to keep away from.

Branching out

Branching out

Sarah Loesch, Sports Editor

April 19, 2016

The upperclassmen on a team are like the roots of a tree. They keep the team grounded and they provide a base for growth. While it may seem odd to put the upperclassmen at the bottom of a metaphor, the base should be the strongest part. While talking to Haley Hodges, an upperclassman on the softball team, she...

Opportunity to strenghten leadership arrises for Durham

Sarah Loesch

March 17, 2015

Being a leader is a role junior defender McKinsey Durham has always seemed to fit into well. She was a captain on the women's soccer team this past fall, coaches club soccer, is co-president of the Student Athletic Community and volunteers. Durham was chosen out of 48 Great Lakes Valley Conference athletes...

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