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Facing food insecurity in the new year

Kelly Holm, Senior Reporter

October 11, 2018

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Senior An Garagiola, senior Emma Kiley and 2018 graduate Elise Hanson started Feed Your Brain in the spring of 2017, upon listening to concerns from fellow students who reported their troubles accessing the healthy food they needed....

Spotlight on Aida Audeh

Spotlight on Aida Audeh

October 11, 2018

Community through diversity

Kat McCullum, Senior Reporter

October 11, 2018

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On Oct. 6 and 7, Hamline students will have engaged in the Multifaith Retreat hosted by the Wesley Center. Zan Christ, Coordinator of Religious and Spiritual Life Programs, hoped the retreat would create community on campus. “The...

No heteronormativity at Homecoming

Emily Lazear, Reporter

October 11, 2018

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Hamline’s homecoming was planned by a special homecoming committee for the third year. Lacey Squier, Assistant Director of Student Activities and Leadership Development, knew that with students displaying more inclination...

Sound the alarms

Emilia Nolan, Reporter

October 11, 2018

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Pulsating sirens blared around the Hamline University campus. An automated voice blasted through a speakerphone, prompting all on campus to take shelter. Waking up to these sudden and unexpected sirens was, for most, confusing...

Working wellness out

Working wellness out

October 11, 2018

Come out for pride

Audra Grigus, Reporter

October 11, 2018

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Hamline celebrated Coming Out Week with a multitude of events put on by Spectrum and the Sexualities and Gender Diversity Initiatives. The week began with an LGBT History Month Kick-Off Dinner on Oct. 1 in Anderson. Sexuality...

HUSC talks voter turnout

Kelly Holm, senior reporter

October 7, 2018

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This fall’s HUSC elections are now complete, with 502 students voting, according to HUSC President Liam Davis Temple. While this figure, representing less than a quarter of the student body, might pale in comparison to spring...

Change is really hard

Lydia Hansen, reporter

October 7, 2018

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The Hamline Undergraduate Student Congress (HUSC) has two primary goals for the year: to continue addressing food insecurity and to improve accessibility on campus. Members of the executive board, including student body president...

New year, new interface

Audra Grigus, reporter

October 7, 2018

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Beginning on Sept. 18, Gmail revealed a new and improved interface for users. With safety and productivity being the main influencers of this update, features such as confidential mode, email snoozing, nudging and an overall security...

‘Search engines lie’ the theme of annual speech

Lydia Hansen, reporter

October 7, 2018

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Dr. Sofiya Noble, this year’s Commitment to Community (C2C) speaker, showed an audience of Hamline students, staff and faculty how search engines lie during her keynote address, last Thursday night. C2C is an annual event that...

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