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VP of Legal Affairs to retire in May

By CIDNIE SYDNEY-BREWINGTON | Staff Writer Richard Jackson declared he would retire from his position as vice president of Legal Affairs and Strategic Planning. He has held this position since July 2005 and his last day will be Friday, May 13. In Jackson’s stead, President Tim Hall’s plan is not ...

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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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Heinous acts, threats a worry for Americans

Catherine Weiss | Staff Writer A home is a place where people feel the most secure, especially when the world can be a very scary place with very scary people. When security is questioned, we must ask ourselves what kind of home we are really making for ourselves. I was ...

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