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Feature articles focus on students, faculty, and administrators who have made an impact on the campus community.


Fun road trip games to play

Whether on the road for college tours or just to escape daily life, summer journeys often entail road trips. As fun as sitting cooped up in a car with your family for seven hours may already be, road trip games can help break up the monotony of Netflix and family fights. Keep Reading


50 Years Later: Remembering Stonewall

June marks the beginning of summer and finally some relief from the stress of the school year. However, June also signifies Pride Month, selected to commemorate the LGBT rights movement and, more specifically, the Stonewall riots. Keep Reading


Serving up smiles

Students passing the 7000 building during lunch may see a woman with a smile on her face selling pizza and ice cream. That woman is Celia Llamo -- otherwise known as “Cece” among students -- a small lady with a big heart. Keep Reading


A scientific surprise: science research student keep up surprise party tradition

While many clubs and organizations on campus advertise their traditions, often of the fundraising variety, science research offers a more unique, member-oriented tradition: surprise birthday parties. “The first party we threw was during summer research in 2017,” senior and president of Sigma Xi, the science research honor society, Hemangi Rajpal said. “Since then, it’s become a sort of tradition for almost all of the birthdays in our research family, with each one becoming more elaborate than the last.” As Rajpal… Keep Reading


Combining the elements of a yearbook

A yearbook is more than a compilation of high school memories; it’s a keepsake and a history book. Deep into the future, a yearbook serves as the only window into a year’s high school memories. Although the average student might not remember this, the yearbook staff keeps all this in mind when creating every page. Keep Reading

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