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South’s foreign language opportunities valuable, rewarding

Leah Dunne, co- editor in chief

October 20, 2017

Filed under Opinions, Web Exclusives

In a day and age when face-to-face communication can sometimes feel sparse and even obsolete, one may ask themselves ‘why is it necessary to learn how to communicate with others in language other than my own?’ Well, learni...

Remembering Angie Morris

Remembering Angie Morris

October 6, 2017

Artist Alert

Artist Alert

May 26, 2017

“Home of the Strange” celebrates diversity, provides new sound

Leah Dunne, co a&e editor

September 30, 2016

Filed under A&E, Reviews

  I’ve always been a fan of acoustic, wave like alternative rock music, mainly because of its ability to somehow always alleviate my stress and lift my spirits. When I heard that my favorite band of the sorts, Young The Gia...

Students formulate unique identities with different faiths

Leah Dunne, co-a&e editor

May 27, 2016

Filed under Features

Some individuals go to church, synagogue or a mosque with their families to worship in accordance with their faith. Others may choose not to align themselves with the same beliefs as their families or even associate themselves wi...

Coldplay’s final album introduces new sound, recalls band’s history

Leah Dunne, asst. features editor

February 5, 2016

Filed under A&E, Reviews

Thinking of my early childhood years, I can’t help but remember listening to Coldplay’s early 2000 songs, “Yellow,” “Fix You,” “The Scientist” and “Speed of Sound.” Lead singer Chris Martin’s smooth vocals...

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