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To the Student Fee Committee members By William Bowman Contributing Columnist Here’s how a Student Fee Committee meeting begins: first, they draw pentagrams and runes across the tables and walls.…

Dean Xavier Romano

A roadmap to diversity and success By Rory Noble Editor-in-chief Make no mistake: when Dr. Xavier Romano takes over his new position as dean of student success and engagement, he…

Curb your cravings-strategies to become a mindful eater

By Peter Welch Food and water are two of the necessities of life. They’re also a big part of how people connect with family and friends, and eating can be…

Six ways to ace your next paper

By Rosemarie Driscoll It’s time to write a paper. Here are steps for filling up that blank screen with a winning composition.             Step 1: Do Your Research The Web…

Warm a Heart, Heat a Home

By Dr. Rosemary Powers MESA Club Adviser Since 2009, the annual Walk for Warmth has raised funds to cover winter home heating expenses for our low-income neighbors in Union County who are…

Project Human-Coffee Shop Series: Staci Collins

By Miranda Warren-Zacharias Contributing Writer On Feb. 3, Staci Collins performed at Short Stop Yogurt for the Project Human: Coffee Shop Series. Collins started out the show with her a…

Hit Shuffle-Music’s hot, hotter and hottest

By Samantha O’Conner Arts & Entertainment Editor Thursday, Jan. 30, the EOU Chamber Choir rocked the Mackenzie Theater. With songs ranging from the 1930’s to today’s hottest hits, the choir’s…

Down the bunny burrow-”Rabbit Hole” is an emotional ride

By Aimee Kidrick News & Features Editor Experiencing this play and the largely optimistic “The Lego Movie” in one day was quite surreal, despite being previously aware of the play’s…

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