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The Prince’s Dress Carriage is one of the larger items on display and was used as transportation by Maria Theresa and her husband.

Age of an Empire

March 13, 2015

Sweeping up the competition

Sweeping up the competition

February 19, 2015

HOHU creators Barbara Nickel, Mariya Khan, and Afua Paintsil.

Humans of Hamline

February 9, 2015

The Vulcan Krewe of St. Paul riding their iconic engine. Watch out as they try to take over the Winter Carnival!

A Host of Holiday Events

December 10, 2014

Hamline recording studio

Lilli Speakman, Reporter

November 26, 2014

  Located in the basement of Bush Memorial Library is Hamline University’s very own professional recording studio.  The studio itself is a recent addition to Hamline’s list of student organizations, as it was create...

Vig’s Guitar shop

Hayley Goddard, Reporter

October 22, 2014

In mid September, Snelling Avenue welcomed a new resident just a few blocks from the Hamline University campus. The new addition was Vig Guitars, owned and run by Ted and Angie Vig.  Though he had been playing the guitar since the young age of ten, Ted truly start...

Don’t know what you’ve got till it’s gone

Selma Karlc, Reporter

October 22, 2014

“Gone Girl”—a film based on the book by Gillian Flynn, hit the big screens Oct. 3, and has remained as the number one movie for the past two weeks since its release. Directed by David Fincher, the film included names such as...

SPAN: Reflections from an alum

Evelyn Hovda Anderson, Guest Writer

September 24, 2014

   52 years ago, and I was a shy Hamline sophomore, the first person in my family to go to college.  I wrote some articles for the The Oracle and was leaning toward a journalism major. Thanks to a Hamline professor who saw something in me that I didn’t know wa...

A Call to Humanitarians: It’s anti-Hamas, not anti-Israel

Isaac Faleschini, Senior Reporter

September 24, 2014

This summer I spent the month of July in Israel visiting family. It seems like every year The Oracle reports on the Israel-Palestine conflict in some respect, and here we go again. What makes this different than most pieces is tha...

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