Share your table in Musselman Library
Apr26

Share your table in Musselman Library

By Musselman Library Staff As the end of the semester approaches and study space on campus becomes a premium, consider sharing your table with other students. Recommended by a student earlier this semester, Musselman Library now has small table tents that say “Join Me! I don’t need the whole table” available for use. The signs are located in a basket on top of a reference bookshelf on the main floor of the library (Penn Hall side of...

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Write Night at Musselman Library
Apr25

Write Night at Musselman Library

By Musselman Library Staff Musselman Library is hosting its second Write Night this week! Stop by the main floor of the library on Wednesday, April 26th from 7-11PM to get help with all of your research needs. It is a busy, stressful time in the semester, so rather than run all over campus to find assistance, come and access many of your most helpful research aids all in one place! Library Peer Research Men tors, PLAs from various...

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This week in history
Apr24

This week in history

By Abigail Major, Staff Writer Home: April 16, 2012: No book received the Pulitzer Prize in Fiction. This was the eleventh time in Pulitzer’s history that there was no winner in the fiction category. The last time such an event occurred was in 1977. April 17, 1961: The Bay of Pigs invasion begins. A group of Cuban exiles, trained and funded by the United States g o v e r n m e n t ’ s C I A , at tempt to over throw the government of...

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Weight training for women: Preface and introduction
Apr23

Weight training for women: Preface and introduction

By Ari Snaevarsson, Features Editor Welcome to part one of my latest series. While this instructional series is technically only directly applicable to 53% of our student population, a lot of the information I will be going over relates to sex differences in training, that draws on physiological training adaptations, so naturally there will be some utility for my male readers. Not to mention, ideally some of the men reading this will...

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Penny Isherwood, 2005-2017:  A life remembered
Apr21

Penny Isherwood, 2005-2017: A life remembered

By Annika Jensen, Editor-in-Chief West highland terrier Penny, the beloved dog of Professor Ian Isherwood, has died. Born from stardust at the dawn of time, Penny fell quickly into legend as the loyal guardian of House Isherwood. A fierce adversary of skateboards, the wee (but mighty) dowager could often be spotted on campus comforting students during finals, patrolling the grounds, plotting world domination, and–most...

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Sorority recruiting season begins
Apr19

Sorority recruiting season begins

By Noelle Zimmerman, Staff Writer PNM’s, RoChi’s, rounds, and many more confusing terms being heard all around campus… Why? Because it is recruiting season for sororities. If you are interested in rushing, you should prepare yourself for a very nerve-racking but exciting process. This spring consists of lunches and various events held by sororities who are eager to welcome new sisters into their families. It also consists of stressing...

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