• 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 cele... 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,... 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,... READ MORE »»


    Joe Dumas

  • Hamline’s deficit will affect classes next fall

    Hamline’s deficit will affect classes next fall

    Catherine Stolz, Senior Reporter

    April 6, 2016

    Ongoing discussions about Hamline’s current deficit have been taking place this semester, and the university has been looking for places to save money.  Students may see slightly larger class sizes, fewer adjunct professors and fewer electives being offered next fall. Interim-Provost John Matachek... READ MORE »»

    Amber Osmonson

  • Sundin pulses with Middle Eastern music

    Sundin pulses with Middle Eastern music

    Francheska Crawford Hanke, Reporter

    March 16, 2016

    Intimately tucked within Sundin Music Hall, the audience watched two performers silently take their places on the stage, select their instruments and begin playing the focused sound of strings. With only the sound of the first strains of their music “The Music of the Levant Old & New Pulse” p... READ MORE »»

    Palestinian composers Issa Boulos (right) and Wanees Zarour (left) play some of Boulos' music for listeners in Sundin Hall.

    Meagan Lynch

Hamline community Relays and remembers

Sean Hanson, Reporter

The Relay path looped around the perimeter of Walker Fieldhouse’s bottommost floor, defined by paper bags lining each side of the walkway. Every bag was decorated with the name of someone afflicted with cancer, in memoriam,...  Read More »

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Incident Log

Apr. 15, 4: 52 p.m. Klas Center Ain’t Albuquerque, Bugs A staff member removed a dead rabbit from the Klas Center field stadium. Apr. 16, 1:32 a.m. Volleyball Courts Etch-a-Sketch Evidence A report was made about three suspici...  Read More »

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Students set for national stage

Opeyemi Arogundade, Reporter

A team of four Hamline students has been selected to represent Hamline in a Business Analytics Competition and Conference hosted by Manhattan College in New York from May 24 to May 27. For its second year in a row, the...  Read More »

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Praise and Blame


“What can everyone do? Praise and blame. This is human virtue, this is human madness.” Friedrich Nietzsche On whom do we place society’s ills? On whose doors...  Read More »

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Cats, canines and controversy

Elena Deeter, Senior Columnist

Who knew a small adorable pet on campus could be a problem but emotional service animals (ESA) have been the cause of some controversy. If you’re unfamiliar, you probably...  Read More »

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Letters to the Editor: Concerning Vol. 127 Issue 16

April 27, 2016

For the Hamline Community

April 27, 2016

Five things we want to know

April 20, 2016

Student typography: the college breakdown

April 20, 2016

A spectrum of uncertainty

April 20, 2016

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Project explores the meaning of community

Project explores the meaning of community

Justin Christensen, Senior Reporter

Forming a community narrative and looking at what it means to be human are several of the themes that Taylor Werdel’s (‘16) Senior Seminar project explores. To get these themes into the spotlight, Werd...  Read More »

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Diverse art gala spotlights sexual violence

April 27, 2016

David Peterson ('17) examines the Vigilants located in Mia on Thursday, April 21. The new exhibit, "Uneasy Syzygies" will be open until July 3. Admission to Mia is free.

“Uneasy Syzygies”: an art exhibition

April 27, 2016

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Hamline presents: “The Pillowman”

April 20, 2016

Dan Rodriguez performing in Anderson Center on Friday, April 15. He was brought in as part of Hamline Programming Board's Coffee House series.

Dan Rodriguez plays Coffee House series

April 20, 2016

Ceremony celebrates Minnesota literature

April 20, 2016

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