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Ambassador for women’s issues expresses hope for female leadership

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Olivia Daniels Staff Writer On Wednesday, September 16, Dr. Melanne Verveer, the US Ambassador-at-Large for Global Women’s Issues, delivered a lecture on women and their roles in global development and foreign policy. A group of students and faculty members gathered in the Lilly Family Gallery in anticipation of  the event.Read More

SGA Collaborative strives for student involvement

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Garrett Barlow Staff Writer This semester, the Student Government Association (SGA) launched a program called SGA Collaborative in an effort to encourage conversation and build relationships on campus. The first of many SGA collaboratives is set to occur this Thursday during common hour. Hailey Klabo ’16 will be hosting “EmpoweringRead More

Students criticize academic culture of perfectionism

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Garrett Barlow Staff Writer A cozy 36 people sat in the Tomlinson conference room to take part in Wednesday night’s State of the Campus event, named “Owning Your Wellbeing.” The group discussion, hosted by the SGA as a part of its “State of the Campus” week of events, focused onRead More

After external review, Chidsey implements new changes

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      Sidney Fox Staff Writer After undergoing an external review, the Chidsey Center for Leadership Devel- opment is experiencing changes. While they will alter Chidsey’s structure, “the core elements of the center are still alive and well,” Stacey Riemer, Associate Dean of Civic Engagement and Leadership, assured. ManyRead More

Questions About Race event encourages discussion among students

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Sydney Mack Staff Writer “Racism doesn’t exist anymore.” “I moved my family to a different neighbor- hood so they could go to good schools.” “What affects persons more? Socio-economic class or race?” “Don’t all lives matter?” This is how the con- versation started last Wednesday, when stu- dents were invited to engageRead More