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  • Curriculum changes under consideration

    Curriculum changes under consideration

    Catherine Stolz, News Editor

    September 21, 2016

    After poring over hundreds of pages of program survey results, the Program Review Work Group (PRW) has come up with a list of proposed changes to the curriculum beginning in the fall of 2017. These recommended changes include sunsetting a number of programs, bolstering others, and reevaluating aspects of the Hamline Plan. The PRW is made up of eight elected faculty members including Jodi Goldberg, Alina Oxindine, Robin Parritz, Mike Reynolds, Andy... READ MORE »»

    Joe Dumas

  • Searching for a sustainable J-term

    Searching for a sustainable J-term

    Catherine Stolz, Senior Reporter

    May 4, 2016

    Discussions surrounding J-term have been taking place between students and administration throughout the year, though no decisions have yet been made. Students and faculty were invited to participate in a discussion with President Miller on Saturday, April 30 at a brunch hosted by Omicron Delta Kappa (ODK) that furthered the conversation regarding J-term. HUSC President Eric Yeakel said that he reached out to President Miller in fall of this academic... READ MORE »»

    Jterm gets dumped.

    Amber Osmonson

  • Prince leaves lasting legacy

    Prince leaves lasting legacy

    Paul Patane, A&E Editor

    April 27, 2016

    Thousands of grieving mourners have flocked to First Avenue & 7th St Entry in Minneapolis and to Prince’s Paisley Park studio and residence in Chanhassen since his tragic death last Thursday, April 21. Crowds poured into the streets of Minneapolis outside First Avenue Thursday night to celebrate the Purple One with a dance party and celebration, while many left behind flowers and other gifts at his star on the club’s exterior. With one... READ MORE »»

    Thousands gathered at First Avenue & 7th St Entry to mourn the loss of Prince on Thursday, April 21. The club hosted an all-night dance party to honor the music legend.

    Melody Yabandith

  • SOS holds symposium

    SOS holds symposium

    Jasmine Lee, Photographer

    April 20, 2016

    The sexual violence talk began with everyone gathered in the lobby of Sundin Hall. Refreshments were provided for those in attendance: survivors, their parents, Sexual Offense Services [SOS] representatives, the Ramsey County Attorney, and supportive citizens. After a meet-and-greet style reception, attendees were ushered into the performance hall. The lights were dimmed as President Miller introduced the speakers for the night. An SOS volunteer... READ MORE »»

  • Pipers across the globe

    Pipers across the globe

    Joe Dumas, Reporter

    April 13, 2016

    Fall semester is a speck in the academic rearview mirror and this week, students will begin registering for next year’s classes. When designing a course load, it’s important to consider things like Hamline Plan requirements and major specific classes. What many students don’t think about, however, are the opportunities offered by Hamline’s study abroad programs. Hamline students can learn Spanish by immersing themselves in Chilean culture,... READ MORE »»

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    Joe Dumas

Curriculum changes under consideration

Catherine Stolz, News Editor

After poring over hundreds of pages of program survey results, the Program Review Work Group (PRW) has come up with a list of proposed changes to the curriculum beginning in the fall of 2017. These recommended changes include sunsetting a number of programs, bolstering others, and reevaluating aspects...  Read More »

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Faculty reflect on “$2 a Day”

Rikka Bakken, Senior Reporter

As one of their initial academic pursuits in college, this year’s first-year students dove into what is arguably one of the most important topics not being discussed in the upcoming presidential election—poverty. “The first-year seminar is about doing consequential things,” said Interim Associate...  Read More »

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Convocation highlights global citizenship

Art Solvang, Senior Reporter

President Miller, along with other faculty and staff speakers, stressed the importance of global citizenship to the incoming Freshman class at the 2016 Convocation ceremony. Each of them addressed issues of identity and social activism as they relate to the Hamline community and beyond. “I’ve...  Read More »

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It’s time for an Anderson facelift

Staff

When the iconic 75,000 square foot Carol Young Anderson and Dennis L. Anderson University Center was dedicated and opened in October of 2012 under the watchful eye of former...  Read More »

September 21, 2016 • 0 comments

Hamline’s rising parking crisis

Chloé McElmury, Columnist

Becoming a commuter student and a car owner this year, parking has become more of a prominent thought in my mind. You would think with the amount of residential houses right...  Read More »

September 21, 2016 • 0 comments

An Ernest edict for the daily grind

Sean Hanson, Columnist

The game is back on. The student body presses into week three and the academic lifestyle is lived with growing ease. All turns mundane, and there are fewer distractions from...  Read More »

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Yard time with the Bard

Rikka Bakken, Senior Reporter

A cool summer night and the light of the clock tower set the stage as a medley of Shakespeare plays came to life last Friday night. Directed by junior Grace Barnstead,...  Read More »

September 21, 2016 • 0 comments

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