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Seniors perform final dances before they go

For a moment, the stage in McInnis Auditorium resembled a Fruit of the Loom commercials, as six oversized produce products jumped and scurried around. The hilarious opening introduced an hour-long dance piece, called “Fruit for Thought” that explored the different meanings of the fruits of the spirits and their opposites. […]

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SIFE and Earthkeepers contribute to Blackout

Although it was early for a Saturday, several members of Students in Free Enterprise and Earthkeepers met at 10 a.m. at the greenhouse behind Doane Hall to complete manual work as a part of Blackout, a month-long campaign to save energy. What was advertised as Clean-up Day turned out to […]

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Girls just wanna have fun

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Students headed to London for Spring Break

Fifteen years ago, English professor Dr. Caroline Cherry began a capstone class called Text in Context in which students would take a mid-semester vacation to go on an exploration of culture and history in London. As the years went on, more destinations were added, including the 2008 trip to Ireland […]

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KaGe Grand Relaunch

Not so grand

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Students precede college with music tour

First-year Kara Hartman took a year off after high school to travel the country with Captive Free, a program that prepares young people to travel as part of a  praise and worship team to various parts of America and other countries.  First-year Sarah Biddix was also a part of the […]

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Black Out

Time to save energy

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Photo Caption Contest

Issue 8

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For the record

What are the best and worst things about Valentine

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First year debuts with Braided Rain

 The power of coming together and making the best use of an opportunity is the story of Braided Rain. First year Erin Baliles formed the musical trio with her sister Caris and friend Madison “Madi” Hart.   The singers are currently separated as they each attend a different college: Erin […]