2013

Love, Dhember

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By Dhember Viera Guest Writer Dear Italy, You may consist of: men twirling pizza, renaissance art, cathedrals, gondolas, good wine, pasta for days, and maybe even a few mobster families. But both you and I know you’re so much more than that. Italy, what you really are is a beautifully unique culture that consists of Read More

How to win an Ugly Christmas Sweater Contest

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By Ashley Coker Staff Writer If you do not hide out in your parents’ basement for the entire month of December, you have almost certainly been introduced to the infamous ugly sweater contest. If, by some miracle, you have been spared  exposure to this highly disturbing trend, the idea is simple: you try to find Read More

Production bursts open the Christmas season

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By Ashley Coker Staff Writer Last weekend, the music department presented The Many Moods of Christmas by Robert Shaw, a collection of traditional Christmas songs that held appeal for people of all ages. The Many Moods of Christmas was a two-part production. The first part was made up of five songs performed by a full Read More

Persuasive Comm. team aids local business

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By Ashley Coker Staff Writer On Nov. 21, a group of students from Professor of Communication Studies Dr. Randy Hollingsworth’s Persuasive Communication class hosted an event targeted towards female students who are married, engaged, plan to become engaged or simply wish they were engaged. Amy Bailey, Emily Moon and Abby Taylor worked alongside Stacia Baskin Read More