Feminist Society for Women’s Rights on Campus

November 18, 2015

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Popular culture likes to portray feminists as belligerent bra burners who blame men for every problem on Earth; the Feminist Society on campus offers a very different view. The Feminist Society flyer is upfront about being... Read more »

Support for Students With Disabilities Available on Campus

November 18, 2015

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Imagine being lost in classes with the inability to process the information being taught. Students with learning disabilities on campus feel this way and it’s an everyday struggle. The campus has a department to help students... Read more »

StoryCorps: A New Form of Storytelling

Monica Astacio, Staff Writer

November 5, 2015

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Imagine being able to share your wisdom through stories with your future great-grandchildren. StoryCorps is bringing storytelling back to preserve oral histories and could be found on campus in the distant future. According to its web... Read more »

Book Review: A Rainbow of Horror Anthologies

Steven Workman, Staff Writer

October 22, 2015

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Just in time for Halloween, “Queers Destroy Horror!” by “Nightmare Magazine” slashes the trend of horror’s domination by straight, white, males with a collection of short fiction, poetry and nonfiction by a collection... Read more »

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