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Hilltop Players recreate “Anne Frank”

Hilltop Players recreate “Anne Frank”

| May 7, 2015 | 0 Comments

The stage — set with an old wooden staircase, bunk beds and a strategically placed door — transformed around them and props were in hand as the Hilltop Players cast of “The Diary of Anne Frank” diligently rehearsed their lines and prepared for opening night. The play details the story of young Anne Frank and […]

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Presenting the winners of lit. contest 2015

Presenting the winners of lit. contest 2015

| April 23, 2015 | 0 Comments

The following are the winners and their entires for this year’s Literary Contest, which attracted over 40 individual entries. Poetry–Kaylee Cogan Short Story–Abigail Brown Creative Non-Fiction–Bria McKamey Formal Essay–Annie Hollingsworth Drama–Nicholas Wilbanks   “Pa” by Kaylee Cogan A grip like Colorado A stare like steel He rode for miles, branded cattle, fell in love… A sawmill, […]

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‘2K’ Knudsen mows down opposing hitters

‘2K’ Knudsen mows down opposing hitters

| April 15, 2015 | 0 Comments

By Kat Frazier Sports Editor Senior right-handed pitcher Kenny Knudsen has been making strides all season. He has spent most of the season ranked number one in Division 1 NAIA baseball for wins (10-1 at press time) and broke Head Baseball Coach’s Taylor Hasty’s strikeout record with 218. Knudsen has played many key roles for […]

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Meet the (often overlooked) townhouse RAs

Meet the (often overlooked) townhouse RAs

| March 23, 2015 | 0 Comments

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

| February 12, 2015 | 0 Comments

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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