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PRISM hosts Pride Prom

In high school, many students find it hard to fit in. Navigating school, dating, and figuring out who you are can be tough; especially for LGBTQ+ students during their teen years. PRISM, or the Gay Student Association, is a student organization dedicated to providing queer students with a safe and open …

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Student organizations host interactive “Tunnel of Oppression”

On Tuesday, Apr. 20 through Wednesday, Apr. 21, several student organizations across campus came together to present an interactive exhibit entitled “Tunnel of Oppression” in Ballroom A of the Overman Student Center. The exhibit consisted of several smaller displays sharing information on the different forms of oppression in the world.   Julia Turner, …

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Axe Library hosts two-day book sale

On Monday, April 19 and Tuesday, April 20, members of Axe Library’s Library Services hosted a book sale featuring collections of genre-specific books in blind grab bags. Each bag carried a variety of books in a particular genre or occasionally by a specific author. This meant three to five books per …

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SVP hosts presentation on dating and relationships

Each Monday, Students for Violence Prevention (SVP) has hosted a series talking about how to build healthy relationships. This week’s topic was covering healthy romantic and dating relationships.   “There is a lot more information out about dating relationships, but it’s still something that is so personal that it is really hard for people to …

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PSU Percussion Studio hosts percussion ensemble concert

Many concerts have been cancelled because of the COVID-19 pandemic and now many have been restored. One of the first concerts to be cancelled last year has been reinstated.  On Monday, March 29, the PSU Percussion Studio out of the department of music hosted their first percussion ensemble concert since being forced …

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RHA welcomes spring with egg hunt

As the weather begins to warm up for Spring, many on-campus groups are beginning to host activities and events outdoors to enjoy the weather and for the ease of social distancing during the pandemic. One group that took advantage of the warm weather was the Residence Hall Assembly (RHA), who hosted a …

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