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TRHT Circle event inspires discussion

Kelly Holm, Senior Reporter

May 2, 2018

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On Wednesday, Apr. 25, a Truth, Racial Healing & Transformation (TRHT) event was held at Hamline in the Law & Justice Center in West Hall. The event’s purpose, as elucidated by TRHT in an email to attendees, was to reflect...

Stitching outside the pattern

Rebecca Higgins, Senior Reporter

May 2, 2018

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When many people think of knitting, they imagine elderly women rocking back in forth in their chairs while carefully knitting baby booties. The Knit Wits upset this idea by engaging their peers in knitting for a cause. “When...

The balancing act

Rebecca Higgins, Senior Reporter

April 26, 2018

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With the ever-growing price of tuition at Hamline, many students depend on financial aid to pursue their degree more than ever. However there are questions to how fair or unfair, the system is at awarding students aid. “T...

Bringing home the gold

Kelly Holm, Reporter

April 18, 2018

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For 90 minutes on Thursday, Apr. 12, two teams of six- Strawberry Lemonade, a mix of students employed by various Hamline offices and CEM Squad, consisting of students working in conference and event management- faced off in ...

Haunting at Hamline

Rebecca Higgins, Senior Reporter

April 18, 2018

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When Hamline students think of ghosts their first thought goes to Manor Hall, but they often forget about the oldest building on campus, Old Main. While the original Old Main burnt down in 1883, the current building was built ...

Spotlight on special topics

Kelly Holm, Reporter

April 18, 2018

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Spring may be slow to arrive, but registration season is fast upon us. While graduating seniors figure out what their future plans hold, the rest of the Hamline student body must grapple with a plethora of choices for fall co...

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