Spring Choir Show Highlights American Composers

Lights dim, students ascend the stage. The singers create a half circle around the piano facing the director. Strange musical

Drag Queens Return To Educate and Amaze Campus

Four drag queens took the Phillips Hall Theater stage April 26, covered in smoke and strobe lights. A smirk at

Admissions Scandal Proves College Is Rigged for the Rich

Dozens of rich parents were indicted last month for buying their children’s way into the country’s top schools. This just

Nealley Library’s Graphic Novels Bring Words To Life

March by Rep. John Lewis is not your typical historical memoir. The civil rights advocate turned Congressman shows and tells

Kyles’ Pitching Pushes Dons Past Golden West

Freshman pitcher Aspen Kyles was three outs away from a no hitter at the top of the seventh inning Friday,

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Professors Need to Keep Their Political Opinions to Themselves

Sitting in one of my classes last month, students were discussing the elections. The classroom quieted down as the professor