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Student Center renovation gets underway

Student Center renovation gets underway

Mariah Jepson, Photographer
September 15, 2014
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Construction crews keep a stead pace on the Student Center addition that will include a skywalk running across E. 14th Street.

Involvement fair helps make connections

Matt Spurlock, staff writer
September 14, 2014
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The annual involvement and employment fair took place on Sept. 9 inside the Rasmussen building. This year displayed 20 local employers and approximately 20 different clubs and organizations for students to get involved in. Amy Schumann, professor of Spanish, said, “A lot of people don’t know the... Read more »

Bowling alley to serve multiple sports

Bowling alley to serve multiple sports

Jordan Renzelman, staff writer
September 14, 2014
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As the athletics program continues to grow, so will the facilities. Over the summer the university acquired land only walking distance from campus that could help multiple sports. Adam Voigts, vice president for administration and finance, said, “AMF (bowling alley) was going through a bankruptcy,... Read more »

Dinning changes still leave students unsatisfied

AnnaLise Manske , staff writer
September 14, 2014
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As returning students and staff may have noticed, Monty’s Plus (Montague’s) has changed locations this year. This dining hall used to be located in the Student Center, but with the renovations going on it had to make a move. Jensen Hall is located down by Elings and now holds Monty’s Plus. The... Read more »

Choir retreats for team building

Heather Carpe, staff writer
September 14, 2014
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Every year the choir takes a two-day trip to Riverside Lutheran Bible Camp to accomplish two things:w make strong bonds between the members and learn the music for first semester. On Friday, Sept. 5, the choir began the retreat. After bonding and a lot of hard work the choir members said they returned... Read more »

Students showcase musical talents at recital

Laura Goettsch, editor-in-chief
April 22, 2014
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  A select group of music students, both vocal and instrumental, were chosen to perform at the honor recital, which took place at 7 p.m. Tuesday, April 15, in Luther Memorial Church. The students who performed were selected through a nomination and audition process. Kathryn Duffy, director... Read more »

Play unearths the lost language of love

Karissa Davis, staff writer
April 18, 2014
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The theater department ended the year on a high note with a student-driven play “The Language Archive.” “The Language Archive” had showings at 7 p.m. on April 10-12 and a 2 p.m. showing on April 13 in the Viking Theater. “The Language Archive” was written by Julia Cho but directed by Brittany... Read more »

Changing lives one word at a time

Changing lives one word at a time

Amber Wilson, online editor
April 18, 2014
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Seniors in Karen “Skosh” Bason’s Core Seminar III class had the opportunity to take a break from the stress of upcoming finals and focus on one word that means the most to them. Bason said, “I discovered the book ‘One Word that will Change your Life’ this past January.  The book encourages... Read more »

Glo party 3 times the success

Glo party 3 times the success

Sarah Price, staff writer
April 18, 2014
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Most school parties don’t usually include paint, foam and confetti, but Grand View’s GV Glo takes school partying to a whole new level. The event, which has been going on for three years now, has quickly grown to become a much-anticipated event of the year. This year had the largest attendance on... Read more »

Animals bring students joy

Animals bring students joy

Thaianna Finestead, staff writer
April 18, 2014
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Wagging tails, floppy ears, exotic animals and smiles were in the library and Student Center on Monday, April 14, as students took a breather from studying for finals to enjoy the animals on campus. The library and Psych Club teamed up with Paws & Effect to bring service dogs to campus to help students... Read more »

Seniors perform final recitals

Jordan Insisienmay, Reporter
April 11, 2014
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This year, three students in the music department will be performing in senior recitals. A student’s senior recital is the culmination of her or his performance study in music and is the last concert he or she will perform before commencement on April 26. Kathryn Duffy, professor of music and director... Read more »

I think I can with the Financial Empowerment Plan

Amanda Willmert, Staff Writer
April 11, 2014
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Incoming freshmen in the fall 2014 semester are able to participate in a new financial plan which allows students to plan loans throughout the four years of college as well as the repayment years afterward. The Financial Empowerment Plan (FEP) is a personalized degree-financing plan that is specific... Read more »