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New Home for ODU Comedy Club

.fb-like span { overflow:visible !important; width:450px !important; margin-right:-200px; } Laughter erupted from Kaufman Hall room 224 on Friday as the Stand-Up Monarchs took the stage for their first show of the semester. The night began when Dominque Grayer, current presidents and founding member of the Stand-Up Monarchs, introduced each … Read More The post New [...]

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Our View: ASCSU amends constitution to avoid accountability

Last fall, the Associated Students of CSU impeached a senator in a closed-door executive session that excluded media, and at one point, the defendant. In the following weeks, CSU’s executive director of public affairs and communications issued a statement affirming that ASCSU “is not a state or a local public body.” Under that assumption, ASCSU did [...]

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The Clog’s guide to not being miserably alone on Valentine’s Day

Oh, Valentine’s Day. Oh, what horrid person decided to dedicate an entire 24 hours to making the self-esteem of every single person plummet exponentially? Whether you’re newly single or perpetually single (and you have the Taylor Swift playlists to prove it), it’s still agonizing to watch your fellow friends excitedly explain their planned romantic endeavors [...]

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Arts District offers typical market in extraordinary setting

THE RODE LESS TRAVELED

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Faculty shines light on social issues with roundtable discussions

Students, faculty and community members gathered around tables in the K-State Student Union courtyard to discuss social issues as part of Martin Luther King Jr. Observance Week on Wednesday afternoon. At each table, a different topic was discussed among the groups. Topics ranged from “State Violence and Resistance” to “LBGTQ Resource Center” to “Malcolm X [...]

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EPC Responds to ‘Sorority Recruitment Disempowers Women’

Emory Panhellenic Council (EPC) takes the claims outlined in The Emory Wheel’s most recent staff editorial “Sorority Recruitment Disempowers Women” extremely seriously. We believe in the community of care that EPC cultivates and the positive experience of our Panhellenic women. As such, we would like to take the time to address, contextualize and correct some [...]

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Future of Jackie Robinson Stadium unclear after court settlement

The future of Jackie Robinson Stadium, home to UCLA baseball, is unclear after the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs settled a lawsuit Wednesday that alleged the baseball stadium and other facilities on the West Los Angeles VA campus are misuses of the land. The lawsuit, filed in 2011 by the American Civil Liberties Union, claimed [...]

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New Year’s resolutions often perpetuate harmful beauty ideals

With the New Year in full swing, it is likely that we have all stumbled across the whole “New Year, New You” trend, wherein people vow to improve themselves in a number of ways over the course of the year. Whether it is a promise to eat healthier, exercise more often, actually go to class, [...]

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No. 6 Arizona cruises to a 90-56 win over Oregon men’s basketball

No. 6 Arizona buried the Oregon men’s basketball team with an explosive 19-4 run in the second half to coast to a 90-56 victory on Wednesday night in Tucson. After trailing by 15 at halftime, Oregon (14-7, 4-4) cut the Wildcats’ lead down to 10 points with 13:06 left to play. Arizona (19-2, 7-1) head coach [...]

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Campus Recreation searches for its Biggest Loser

Participants will earn points based on their progress in the program. | File photo/The Cougar UH Campus Recreation will host its own Biggest Loser competition starting Friday, when participants can expect a 30- to 45-minute assessment and program orientation. During the 5-week program, participants will meet twice a week with a personal trainer, undergo two [...]

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