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Students debate one another about importance of voting

With the election season approaching this November, the biannual AP Debate forum garnered student interest this year with an election-related topic for debate; whether “it should be the duty of citizens to vote in democratic elections” or not. The event was held on Wednesday, Oct. 12 from 6 p.m. to ...

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Counseling Center provides help to struggling students

Has the stress of college life pulled you under the weather? Are your responsibilities and relationships suffering? If they are not, do you find that you are still miserable or anxious more consistently for less reason? Counseling Services strives to create a safe place for students to tackle their issues ...

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Study Abroad offers world travel

Students gathered in the Morgan University Center room 305 to get a taste of the skies they could travel and the cultures they could immerse themselves in at the Study Abroad Fair on Thursday, Sept. 22. Visitors were given maps, information sheets, and stamp cards and let loose on the ...

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Govs take to the air with silk

Many people grow up imagining they could learn to fly and do tricks in the air, looking down on others from above. Aerial fitness is allowing many adults to feel some of what they imagined as they hang in the air suspended from silk, and in September 2015, head aerial ...

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Program focuses on alcohol issues

Have you ever lost a loved one to an alcohol-related accident? Have you ever been stuck trying to protect a drunk friend or family member with no idea how to do it? Do you want to show your support, but find most alcohol awareness programs boring and unhelpful? Carrie Long ...

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Gov ‘Color’ Run raises $4,000 for scholarships

The annual Gov ‘Color’ Run raised more than $4,000 in scholarships the evening of Saturday, Sept. 26. The starting line, finish line and after-party were located at the Intramural Fields. The event was hosted by Alumni Relations, and students, alumni and family members in the community were all welcome to ...

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