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 HUSC candidates are sophomores Jazmine Ngwu, Emily Lall, Kaia Zeigler and Cece Miller. Both sets of running mates offered up why they believe they would make a good president and vice-president.

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February 26, 2020

Concerns over privacy elicit change

Max Kingsbeck, Reporter

February 26, 2020

Hamline has recently altered an advising policy that previously allowed advisors access to information on the exact amount of money students owed to the university. According to Hamline Registrar Gwenn Sherburne, the long-standing...

New semester, who’s back—who’s not?

Anika Besst, Reporter

February 19, 2020

Last fall, Hamline enrolled a historically large first-year class. Not all those students necessarily came back for a second semester.  According to data on undergraduate retention collected by the Office of Institutional Ef...

Shake hands with opportunity on Hamline’s new internship platform

Anika Besst, Reporter

December 11, 2019

In hopes of creating a more user-friendly experience, Hamline’s Career Development Center (CDC) implemented a new job and internship database called Handshake. On this platform, students can find internships and full-time...

Work on the national mass-shooter database is “career-defining” for Hamline student researchers

Max Kingsbeck, Reporter

December 11, 2019

An extensive national database on mass shooters that was formed from research done by Hamline students was released to the public on Nov. 19. The database was developed by Jillian Peterson, professor of Criminology and Criminal...

Turning Point USA sets up shop

Kelly Holm, Senior Reporter

November 30, 2019

Junior Elliott Engen knew that there were a wide variety of political viewpoints among Pipers, but saw few places where conservative students like himself could congregate. After becoming involved earlier this fall with Bethel...

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