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The Oracle

Promise for the future begins now

Josh Dungan, Senior Reporter

March 16, 2016

Filed under Sports

Senior forward Chelsea Koehn gives Natalie Darwitz, first-year head coach of the women’s hockey team, as much credit as anyone for retaining this year’s senior class after three tough years under past head coach Steve DeBus. “It...

Bridgeford says bye to bars and beams

Austen Kenney, Reporter

March 16, 2016

Filed under Sports

With the end of the gymnastics season here, it is time to say goodbye to another successful Hamline athlete. After spending four seasons competing for the Pipers, Senior Briana Bridgeford must say farewell to the bars and beams...

So long to the superb Herb

Abby Thompson, Reporter

March 16, 2016

Filed under Sports

As the basketball season comes to a close, lone senior and captain Herb Tarpeh says goodbye to Piper hoops. Tarpeh plays center on the court, as he stands 6’7”, and is one of the tallest guys on the team. “The first time...

Twin Cities Art Scene Explained

Melody Yabandith, Reporter

March 16, 2016

Filed under Variety

“Why do you live in Minnesota?” is a common question for natives of the state, like myself. Tourists and transplants are often traumatized by our long winters, short summers, and constant construction. They are so distracted...

Daylight savings time

Staff

March 16, 2016

Filed under Opinion

If you haven’t moved your clocks ahead by the time you are reading this, then you should probably stop reading this and go move your clocks ahead by one hour. For whatever reason, Americans (and Brits, Brazilians and citizens...

Letter to the Editor

March 16, 2016

Filed under Opinion

March 11, 2016 Dear Oracle Editor in Chief, Thank you for continuing to cover the important issue of sexual violence at Hamline University. We write to clarify some inaccuracies in the article “Sexual violence: the di...

Turn more than the lights off

Reid Madden, Senior Columnist

March 16, 2016

Filed under Opinion

I’m probably addicted to the internet. I try to cut back, but it seems after a while, I’m back spending a few hours going down the wormhole that is Wikipedia or playing a game online with my 3DS or watching absurd amounts...

National Security breach

Andy Stec, Columnist

March 16, 2016

Filed under Opinion

In a poll that I carried out, using an adequate sample of 100 Hamline students, 63 didn’t know who he was. If they did know the name, they couldn’t give an answer as to what it was he actually did; a surprising result after...

Historical grant helps digitize The Oracle

Cole Mayer, Managing Editor

March 16, 2016

Filed under News

A couple decades’ worth of old newspapers will be coming out of Hamline’s archive storage to see the light – the scanner light, that is. The Minnesota Historical Society recently awarded Hamline’s archive department a...

Incident Log

March 16, 2016

Filed under News

March 5, 4:06 a.m. Off Campus Inebriated Cab Dodger A taxi driver called reporting an intoxicated individual that had ran out of the taxi. The taxi was in the vicinity of the Hamline campus. An officer made contact with th...

A conversation with Dr. Fayneese Miller

Elena Deeter, Senior Reporter

March 16, 2016

Filed under News

She’s not a stranger to Hamline’s campus, but students still want to know what President Fayneese Miller’s plans and ideals are. Miller was instated as Hamline’s 20th president on July 1, 2015. Miller has had a term to...

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