Apple’s aren’t just for lunch

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Written by: Nathan Ecarma, editor-in-chief  Tim Cook, CEO of Apple, announced at an education event in Chicago the company’s newest initiative to get their iPad into schools. His announcement is nothing new, only Apple’s latest attempt to meet the growing demand of technology usage in the classroom. Several years ago, Apple tried to meet the Read More

Equipping Haitians for job opportunities, a Break for Change Trip

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Written by: Samantha Burgess, Campus editor The Break for Change Haiti team partnered with the Haitian Entrepreneurial Initiative (HEI) and Haiti Made over spring break to teach those living in poverty about economic recovery and work ethic. According to senior Abby Brown, the church in America is approaching mission work in Haiti the wrong way. Read More

A look at Mike Cartwright: Overcoming peer pressure and finding success

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Written by: Samantha Burgess, Campus Editor Signal Mtn., Tenn. — Michael “Mike” Cartwright sat across the table with his legs crossed, fingers laced over the top of his knee. Cartwright’s voice commanded the room, but it was clear from his soft smile and calm tone that he was easy to talk to. “My mother and Read More

Reinhardt pushes past Bryan

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Written by: Emilee Harvey, Staff writer Reinhardt University pushes past Bryan College to gain the number one seed in the Regular-Season title on Feb. 19 at Tennessee Wesleyan. Both teams played for the first place position in the AAC and for the automatic bid to the 27th Annual NAIA Division II Women’s Basketball National Championship. Read More