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Staff, students discuss dining services

Janae Sargent

March 5, 2015

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After a rocky start, Food Service Director Sam Currie and the dining staff have worked their way into students’ hearts and, finally, their stomachs. When Currie and the new Aramark team inherited dining services the University...

Sex psychotherapist to discuss about kink, fetish, BDSM culture

Nicole Vickers

February 19, 2015

Filed under Student Life, Top Stories

During Valentine’s Day weekend, the film adaptation of “50 Shades of Grey” made a record breaking $81.7 million. The popularity of the movie and the books has opened the opportunity for conversations about Bond...

American with Disabilities Act compliance: Students address campus accessibility

Scott Sharp

February 19, 2015

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When talking to students with mobility issues about the Americans with Disabilities Act compliance, ADA, on the Pacific Force Grove campus there was some uncertainty as to whether the mobility issue is temporary or long-s...

Talk Nerdy to Me: “Better Call Saul” no disappointment for “Breaking Bad” fans, newcomers

Michael Sproles

February 19, 2015

Filed under Opinion, Top Stories

Face it, nothing could ever fill that void in your Sunday night, the time slot where AMC’s critically acclaimed drama “Breaking Bad” once resided. The show is as addictive as the blue meth it’s centered around, a...

Cross country athletes express opinions on new coaching style

Victoria Hampton

February 19, 2015

Filed under Sports, Top Stories

Adjusting to a new coaching style can be difficult for athletes when they are used to a specific training regimen. During the 2014 Cross Country season students expressed their concerns about new Head Cross Country and Tr...

Understanding ebola: Virus symptoms, history explained

Clara Howell

November 6, 2014

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This story is meant to clarify misconceptions about ebola. Ebola is not a pretty disease. In later stages, blood runs out of the eye cavities; pools of red can sit in the ear, slowly dripping down the cheek; accompanying this i...

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