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Celebrating faith, family miles from home

Carol Anne Smock editor in chief   People who practice the Islam faith around the world celebrated the end of Ramadan, a 30-day period of fasting, last week with the Eid al-Fitr holiday, a time to celebrate faith and family. Despite being thousands of miles from their home country of China, …

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Major changes coming to chem department

Braidon Beard reporter   In the midst of staff layoffs, reductions, and retirees, the chemistry and physics departments are undergoing a shift in leadership with Bobby Winters, associate dean of the College of Arts and Sciences, serving as acting chair for both departments.   Peter Dvornic, former chair of the department of …

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Students develop business within Block 22

Brittan Brenner, senior in communication, and Kailey Pearson, sophomore and graphic communications, have set plans to partner together to create a business oppening in the fall called Sonder & Company. With Brenner studying an emphsis in public relations and Pearson with graphic design, the two set out to complete a …

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