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Hamline responds to the Florida shooting

Shylie Burleson-King, Reporter

February 21, 2018

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On Valentine’s Day, news broke of another gunman terrorizing another American school, taking the lives of 17 individuals at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, Florida. As school shootings become more of a dail...

Election season ramps up

Samantha Lindquist, Senior Reporter

February 21, 2018

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It’s that time of year again: consistently irregular weather, post-Valentine’s Day discounted chocolates-  and Hamline Undergraduate Congress (HUSC) election season.   Though voting does not start for a couple mo...

The Piper printer plague

Kelly Holm, Reporter

February 21, 2018

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Less than a week ago, on Valentine’s Day, many in the Hamline community took the time to celebrate love in their lives- but one thing students and professors alike have not been feeling the love for this February? The campus p...

Go ahead and love yourself

Shylie Burleson-King, Reporter

February 21, 2018

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On Valentine’s Day, the Hamline Peer Education  and Fashion Clubs to celebrate a day that is not so romanticized and overshadowed by its amorous cousin. National Love Yourself Day, annually celebrated on Feb. 13. Peer Ed and Fashion Club created Lov...

Perpetuating a paperless policy

Zach Dickmeyer, Reporter

February 21, 2018

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Upon entering Anderson Center, students are often greeted with large banners advertising events. They can stop by the newspaper stand near the elevators and pick up something to read. However, even with these products being ever-...

A week of play

Kat McCullum, Reporter

February 21, 2018

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Campus has been a flurry of getting involved in student leadership, student organizations and service projects, and another organization will be making its appearance on campus this fall: Camp Kesem. “Camp Kesem is a nationwi...

100 days til graduation

100 days til graduation

February 19, 2018

Bookstore Blues

Zach Dickmeyer, Reporter

February 19, 2018

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As the first weeks of the new semester have gone by, there seems to be one thing all students have been giving their opinions on - Hamline’s textbook rental services. “I feel for the staff,” sophomore Cassia Egan-Lawless said, ...

The J-Term vote is in

Shylie Burleson-King, Reporter

February 19, 2018

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As many students learned this year, J-Term, or the Winter Semester, is no longer included as part of yearly tuition as it had in previous years.  This change was subject to many undergraduate opinions, shown collectively in the Winte...

NCHA Hamline survey findings

Samantha Lindquist, Senior Reporter

February 19, 2018

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Approximately a fifth of all Hamline students participated in the National College Health Assessment survey in 2017, which collected data on students’ substance usage habits, sexual habits and mental health characteristics. ...

Sorin Refurbished

Madelaine Formica, News Editor

February 19, 2018

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Sorin Hall welcomed the Hamline community, on Feb. 2, to an open house to feature their new space. A large map across from the entrance featured the new facilities within the first-year residential hall. The Piper Express...

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