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Peay Soup’s spoken word competition inspires creativity

By RAVEN JACKSON | Staff Writer The Spoken Word Competition held Thursday, April 7, provided a platform for students and the community to express their thoughts and words creatively. The event was open to all ages and sponsored by The Wilbur N. Daniel African American Cultural Center and The Center ...

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By ALEXANDRA WHITE | Staff Writer Simple entities in life are sometimes what we take for granted. We get so busy with everything going on we forget to stop and enjoy what is around us and to realize how truly lucky we are to experience our environment. This year, Disability ...

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Students share stories of WOMENS’ STRUGGLES

By RAVEN JACKSON | Staff Writer The sentence, “We were worried about vaginas,” kicked off the 10th anniversary production of Eve Ensler’s award winning play “The Vagina Monologues.” The play is a part of V-Day, a global activist movement to end violence against girls and women by raising funds through ...

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Events planned to celebrate women in athletics

By ALEXANDRA WHITE | Staff Writer The college experience for many is centered around the dorms, getting adjusted to living away from the parents and attending sporting events. While it is easy to get wrapped up in college life, many forget the hard work and effort that goes into making ...

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Anonymous text tips can now be sent to campus police

“The use of a cell phone allows our dispatchers to receive the information and immediately send it to the officers in the field. The capability of using it for any phone calls has been disabled,” said Lieutenant Carl Little, police officer supervisor. To keep texts anonymous, the sender’s text is ...

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Balls to the Walls raises money for good cause

By RAVEN JACKSON | Staff Writer Women of the Alpha Sigma Alpha sorority held a dodgeball tournament on Thursday, March 24, that inspired not only a fun time, but also helped to raise money for a good cause. Proceeds from the “Balls to the Walls” dodgeball tournament will benefit the ...

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