Features

Meet the (often overlooked) townhouse RAs

Meet the (often overlooked) townhouse RAs

By Katherine Carpenter Staff Writer One’s first impression of the townhouse Resident Assistants might be: “Who?” Though often forgotten, the RAs of the townhouses are part of what makes that particular area of resident life so unique. The rules of the townhouses are more relaxed than those of the dorms, and with them comes a […]

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Yamato fails sushi test, recovers with hibachi

Yamato fails sushi test, recovers with hibachi

By Ashley Coker Managing Editor Dayton’s newest culinary staple, Yamato Japanese Steakhouse, has brought life back to the often-vacant building in front of Holiday Express on U.S. Highway 27. The frequently crowded parking lot should tip visitors off to what is waiting inside: hungry guests lining the walls, and no shorter than a 15 minute […]

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News

Title IX protects more than sports

Title IX protects more than sports

By Meredith Sexton Editor-in-Chief In case students experience sexual assault or harassment, Title IX of the Education Amendments of 1972 provides educational institutions with the tools to address it. The primary definition of sexual harassment requires that the assailant must be someone in a superior position who has some sort of power over the target […]

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College adds new server for gamers

College adds new server for gamers

by Michelle Barger Staff Writer Bryan College recently added a gaming server for resident students to connect their gaming consoles. With more students bringing gaming consoles to school with them in the last few years, there has been an increasing demand for a gaming server, said John Glenn, network administrator.   “In the past all […]

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Sports

Madness explained: first week digest

Madness explained: first week digest

By Kenny Knudsen Staff Reporter With the first weekend of March Madness in the books, the madness has more than exceeded expectations. With a few surprises along the way so, The NCAA men’s basketball tournament has caused many heartbreaks and quite a few Cinderella stories. The Atlantic Coast Conference is sitting high and mighty, sending […]

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Men’s volleyball makes varsity

Men’s volleyball makes varsity

By Ashley Coker Managing Editor After spending two years as a club team, men’s volleyball is making the move to become a varsity sport. Men’s Volleyball Coach David Shumaker told the club players during practice earlier this season that he would be proposing the shift to Athletic Director Taylor Hasty, who would then take it […]

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Opinion

Market St. Cafe features reheated coffee and overpriced sandwiches

Market St. Cafe features reheated coffee and overpriced sandwiches

By Katherine Carpenter Staff Writer One of Dayton’s newest restaurant features, Market St. Cafe, occupies a space once known as Market St. Hair, once known as Paint the Town, once known as… who knows. What I do know is that Market St. Cafe, as optimistic as I was upon entrance, failed to wow in every […]

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‘Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt’ worth the binge watch

‘Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt’ worth the binge watch

  By Ashley Coker  Managing Editor “Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt,” the hilarious brainchild of Tina Fey and Robert Carlock, had thousands of people setting their alarms to catch its middle-of-the-night release Friday, March 6. The show centers around the astonishingly resilient Kimmy Schmidt (Ellie Kemper, “The Office”), who is rescued after being kept in an underground […]

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Madness explained: first week digest

Madness explained: first week digest

| March 26, 2015 | 0 Comments

By Kenny Knudsen Staff Reporter With the first weekend of March Madness in the books, the madness has more than exceeded expectations. With a few surprises along the way so, The NCAA men’s basketball tournament has caused many heartbreaks and quite a few Cinderella stories. The Atlantic Coast Conference is sitting high and mighty, sending […]

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Title IX protects more than sports

Title IX protects more than sports

| March 25, 2015 | 0 Comments

By Meredith Sexton Editor-in-Chief In case students experience sexual assault or harassment, Title IX of the Education Amendments of 1972 provides educational institutions with the tools to address it. The primary definition of sexual harassment requires that the assailant must be someone in a superior position who has some sort of power over the target […]

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College adds new server for gamers

College adds new server for gamers

| March 25, 2015 | 0 Comments

by Michelle Barger Staff Writer Bryan College recently added a gaming server for resident students to connect their gaming consoles. With more students bringing gaming consoles to school with them in the last few years, there has been an increasing demand for a gaming server, said John Glenn, network administrator.   “In the past all […]

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