• Rubbelke sets the tone

    Rubbelke sets the tone

    Paul Patane, Senior Reporter

    April 29, 2015

    With the Pipers fighting at the top of the MIAC standings in softball this season, there has been a steady supply of productive leadoff hitting provided by junior shortstop Jamie Rubbelke. Traditionally not the most vocal or outspoken Piper, Jamie often chooses to take a backseat to her senior teammates.... READ MORE »»

    Junior Jamie Rubbelke celebrates after scoring a run for the Pipers.

    Cole Mayer

  • Update: ACTC bus cancellation

    Update: ACTC bus cancellation

    Mad Sendek, Senior Reporter

    April 23, 2015

    Associated Colleges of the Twin Cities (ACTC) announced their bus service will close at the end of spring semester, but according to Hamline Dean of Students, Alan Sickbert, the five ACTC schools are committed to finding more efficient and convenient ways for cross-registered students to get to class. The... READ MORE »»

    Students board the ACTC bus, which will be discontinued after May 22.

    Mad Sendek

  • Rolling record store curbs music cravings

    Rolling record store curbs music cravings

    Kristina Stuntebeck, Managing Editor

    April 23, 2015

    The bitter temperature and slush mix falling from the sky didn’t keep loyal and excited customers from forming a line in front of the Third Man Rolling Record truck that was parked outside of Electric Fetus on April 9. The mobile offshoot of Nashville’s Third... READ MORE »»

    Eager crowd of music enthusiasts braves the rainy weather to purchase merchandise from the record truck.

    Kristina Stuntebeck

  • Rainbow Week rocks the spectrum

    Rainbow Week rocks the spectrum

    Maggie Tiede, Senior Reporter

    April 23, 2015

    Spectrum is Hamline’s LGBTQIA organization—that’s lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer, questioning, intersex, asexual and allied—and with so many identities under its umbrella, finding events to unite a community and campus may seem like a struggle. That’s... READ MORE »»

    Matt Doroff

  • There’s no place like home

    There’s no place like home

    Gino Terrell, Sports Editor

    April 22, 2015

    After the Pipers won their first ever game at CHS Field on April 11, they picked up some momentum and are in the MIAC playoff mix. “I think it’s a fabulous day for our Hamline baseball...we are the first to play in this marvelous new stadium; so we were the... READ MORE »»

    Hamline University's President Linda Hanson throws out the first pitch to junior pitcher Aaron Stoneberg before the first ever game played at CHS Field on April 11, 2015.

    Gino Terrell

Celebrating Islamic Awareness Week

Josh Dungan, Senior Reporter

The religion of Islam is rarely understood and more often looked down upon in the U.S. To try to combat this, the Hamline University Muslim Student Association will be running an Islamic...  Read More »

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Sexual violence awareness survey

Jackie Bussjaeger, Editor-in-Chief

Pipers may be having a sense of deja vu lately when they check their inboxes—there’s a reason that the “Knowledge of Sexual Violence Policies and Incidents” looks familiar. Around...  Read More »

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Pipers pitch in for planet Earth

Pipers pitch in for planet Earth

Maddie Kopiecki, Reporter

Created in 1970, Earth Day was designed as a day for worldwide partnership in protecting the environment. On April 22 here at Hamline, students and groups did their part to add a little...  Read More »

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The horrible truth about hashtags

Elena Deeter, Opinion Editor

Now with just a shot glass and the refusal of doctors’ advice, you can have sexy full lips just like Kylie Jenner! The future...  Read More »

May 1, 2015 • 0 comments

The price of becoming a graduate

May 1, 2015

The grass is always greener: Staff Editorial

April 23, 2015

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The Fulcrum: a balance of arts

Isaac Faleschini, Senior Reporter

Most students who live on campus have probably seen issues of Hamline’s The Fulcrum magazine somewhere, even if the memory of where is fuzzy. Pipers might not know the magazine,...  Read More »

May 1, 2015 • 0 comments

Bat Boy flutters into theater

April 29, 2015

Sexual politics in ceramics

April 29, 2015

Showcasing student musicians

April 22, 2015

Man buns and songs about the sun

April 22, 2015

Celebrated author visits campus

April 22, 2015

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