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Midnight Faces album courses through veins

One of my favorite things about being the music director for WPFS 105.9, Proud Fighting Scots Radio, is discovering new music that intoxicates me—almost literally. The few minutes of pleasure…

Meet the Courier staff

Meet the Courier staff

Cooper Pauley, junior, is the Sports Editor at the Courier. The duties of the Sports Editor are to oversee the sports spread, pick stories, and find writers for those stories.…

Mid-semester slump got you in a funk

There comes a time in every college career where you get stuck in a rut. It always starts right after midterms, but before finals. Tasks that used to take an…

Serving spaghetti to help community

Serving spaghetti to help community

The Alpha chapter of Kappa Kappa Gamma served up heaps of spaghetti for its annual dinner last Friday. Chapter members threw in a helping hand to make garlic bread, salad,…

Xi guys compete for charity

Xi guys compete for charity

Watch out Miss America, Xi Man is coming for you! Friday night became host to a male beauty pageant, a philanthropic fundraiser presented by Alpha Xi Delta. Another successful year,…

How to keep busy during long rides

Spring break is approaching, and clusters of friends are preparing to travel to millennial-friendly locations. For us broke college students airfare is outrageously expensive. So more often than not we…

Black Marble album like waking up from a nightmare

Listening to Black Marble is like looking at black and white portrait drawings from the expressionists. Sometimes they’re nightmare-ish, but have a poignant feeling to them. Black Marble’s intoxicating sound…

Former professor returns for exhibition

Former professor returns for exhibition

On Friday, February 10, Ian and Natalie Shelly said farewell to their show by hosting a closing reception at the Len G. Everett gallery located at the library. Ian and…