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No piggybacking, period

Sarah Sawyer, Reporter

December 10, 2018

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Recently, a man unaffiliated with Hamline got into Manor Hall and used the women's shower while a student was in another stall. It is suspected that a student let the man in. Students living in residence halls oftentimes let others...

Bathtub mishap

Emma Hamilton, Reporter

December 6, 2018

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On Thursday, Nov. 8, senior Gavin Jensen was driven to Health and Counseling Services, seeking treatment for a head wound that was the result of a bathtub explosion. Jensen described the incident saying that the bathtub was...

Former Hamline student found guilty

Emilia Nolan, Reporter

December 6, 2018

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A jury found former Hamline University student and football player, Pierce Heston, guilty of raping another former Hamline student in 2016, on Friday, Nov. 16. The Ramsey County Court concluded that Heston, now 25 years old,...

Farewell Lacey

Farewell Lacey

December 6, 2018

A lens of the past

Lydia Hansen and Andy Stec, Senior Reporters

December 6, 2018

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1968 was a significant year in U.S. history, one that saw America’s fourth year of involvement in the Vietnam war and massive student protests sweeping the nation. Fifty years later, Hamline faculty, students and members...

Welcome to our TED Talk

Shylie Burleson-King, Senior Reporter

December 6, 2018

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TEDx talks have appeared in media for a few years now, being shown in classrooms and broadcasted worldwide. This international platform has invited speakers from all places, experiences and backgrounds with all different sorts...

Getting Workday working

Lydia Hansen, Reporter

December 6, 2018

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Workday, the new campus-wide system for managing student paychecks, is not yet fully operational as Hamline moves forward on a three-year migration of internal processes from old software to brand-new systems. Previously, Hamline...

Wages to change

Kelly Holm, Senior Reporter

December 6, 2018

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On Nov. 14, the St. Paul City Council voted to increase the minimum wage from $9.65 to $15 per hour, to be phased in gradually over a period of several years. The resolution was signed into law the same day by Mayor Melvin Carter....

Giving up food for an education

Emilia Nolan, Reporter

November 16, 2018

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Concerns about food and food resources have become a central issue at Hamline. However, changes with the meal plans for on-campus students are not the only concerns for Hamline students. Food insecurity has become a main concern...

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