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Blooming into the new season

Hayden Hayes, Reporter

October 28, 2020

Roseville is staying one step ahead of the snow with a not-so-ordinary take on rose gardening. With 20 unique rose statues, passionate artists are leaving their mark on the city of Roseville while giving us a new activity to par...

Looking beyond shadow boxing

Lyla Lee, Reporter

October 28, 2020

Bringing attention to eye-opening topics, Jermaine Singleton, Professor of English at Hamline University, writes “Beyond Shadow Boxing: Reflections on the Matrix of Race in the Post-Floyd Era of Racial Protest” for Stillp...

HSA’s virtual talent show

Lyla Lee, Reporter

October 21, 2020

Every year the Hmong Student Association (HSA) celebrates Hmong culture during the month of November (the Multicultural Alliance at Hamline University designates a specific month for organizations to showcase and celebrate their...

Soundtrack of my quarantine

Sol Doyscher, Senior Reporter

October 21, 2020

Throughout history, music has been a reaction to the world around us, and it is hard to think of a more turbulent time inspiring art than the quarantine we are all enduring. Music was especially comforting for everyone during ...

A class taking place in person in the woodshop

The studio arts live on

October 14, 2020

Thespians At A Distance

Sol Doyscher, Reporter

September 30, 2020

Hamline’s Theatre Department has adapted just as much as the other departments at Hamline when it comes to distanced learning and online classes. Dr. Jeff Turner mentions that the department spent a lot of time over the summer w...

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