• President Miller kicks-off Holiday Season

    President Miller kicks-off Holiday Season

    Kovita Bhasin, Reporter

    December 13, 2015

    On Thursday evening the Hamline Community joined President Miller in the ceremony of the Christmas Tree Lighting. The freezing cold did not stop the Hamline students or professors from attending the event. Everyone dressed in their winter coats, boots and mittens ready to begin the celebrations of the... READ MORE »»

    President Miller passes out cookies before the tree lighting cermony Thursday.

    Ashani Trinh

  • Students protest rising tuition

    Students protest rising tuition

    Catherine Stoltz, Reporter

    November 18, 2015

    Severe wind conditions did not deter protesters from speaking about the rising cost of college at the University of Minnesota’s Northrop Auditorium last Thursday. Using a rented generator and microphone, protest organizers and union representatives took turns speaking out about the challenges faced... READ MORE »»

    Students gather outside Northop Auditorium Nov. 12 to protest rising tuition costs.

    Catherine Stoltz

  • Best places to work and volunteer

    Best places to work and volunteer

    Kovita Bhasin, Reporter

    November 13, 2015

    The GAP and Service Year Fair gives Hamline students opportunities to use the skills they graduate within service of the community. Students who wish to take a year off after they graduate and build strong ties to the community could consider some of these options provided by organizations such as Emergency... READ MORE »»

    Volunteer organizations and other organizations provide information on opportunities available to students after graduation.

    Ashani Trinh

  • Theft at Theta Chi

    Theft at Theta Chi

    Kallie Wilson, Reporter

    October 28, 2015

    On Oct. 13, members of Hamline’s fraternity, Theta Chi, experienced a disappointing and unexpected turn of events. Fraternity brothers Adam Whitt, Philanthropy Officer, and Ben Scheel, House Manager, were both victims of an on-campus theft. Electronics, money, personal items and opportunity were... READ MORE »»

    An unkown male was seen waiting on the porch of the Theta Chi house the same day electonics, money and other personal items were stolen from two members.

    Cole Mayer

  • Hamline takes back the campus

    Hamline takes back the campus

    Megan Schlangen, Reporter

    October 28, 2015

    Anyone who walked across Old Main Lawn on Tuesday might have heard a bell ringing above the sounds of the students gathering together at the Take Back the Campus ally. The bell was a reminder that every two minutes someone in the United States is assaulted. “This event raises awareness of intimate... READ MORE »»

    President Fayneese Miller speaks at the Take Back the Campus rally.

    Megan Schlangen

Incident Log

Nov. 20, 11:28 p.m. Manor Residence Halls Keys not found A student reported their dorm keys and ID card stolen off campus. Residential life staff was contacted and the dorm room was re-cored. Nov....  Read More »

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Interlibrary Loan Coordinator Peloquin retires

Isabella De La Cruz, Reporter

After 45 years of employment, Bush Memorial Library veteran Gail Peloquin prepares to leave the Hamline community.

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Post-Power of One day: a follow up

Kalli Wilson, Reporter

The Power of One Day, Hamline's fundraising event held on Nov. 11, or Veteran’s Day, caused controversy in Hamline’s veteran community. Don Allen (‘15), alumnus and President Emeritus of Hamline’s Veteran’s Organization,...  Read More »

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Keep it in perspective


Finals—that time of year we both dread and long for is upon us. While it’s not always so terrible, the familiar sense of impending doom will often take root in the souls...  Read More »

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For the sake of the unexpected; why Paris?

December 13, 2015

How ISIS works and how to stop it

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Magellan charts the unknown

Francheska Crawford Hanke, Reporter

In an album titled “Became a Stranger,” a local artist, Fletcher Magellan, is charting unknown territories with his first album of original music. Growing up in the Twin Cities, he’s...  Read More »

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Skaters whiz along the newly opened, 810-foot-long skating loop at the Central Park of Maple Grove.

The weather outside is frightful, but…

December 9, 2015

“Star Wars”: The excitement awakens

December 9, 2015

Alum plays carols at Cathedral

December 9, 2015

Senior singing sensation

November 18, 2015

Haynes’s latest film has been getting Oscar buzz.

Groundbreaking films screening at the Walker

November 18, 2015

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