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‘39 Steps’ production features cast of four at Fusion Theatre

Mix a Hitchcock masterpiece with a juicy spy novel, add a dash of Monty Python and you have “The 39 Steps,” a fast-paced whodunit packed with nonstop laughs, and over…

Our Town

For Albert Algren, phone calls in the middle of the night are the norm. After 19 years of experience as the Warren County State’s Attorney, Algren has insights to share…

Demolition, reconstruction in future for science, garden houses

Demolition, reconstruction in future for science, garden houses

During the past four years, the idea of an educational garden and experimental farm cultivated by college students grew into a reality at 1042 E. Broadway, where a group of…

Campus Occurrences: March 24-April 10

Monday, March 24 6:49 p.m. – One student cited for noise violation, Bowers Hall. Friday, March 28 False fire alarm in the fraternity complex. Monday, March 31 Two students cited…

Scots Market more expensive than local grocery stores

Grocery shopping on campus appears, in theory, to be the ultimate convenience for a college student; that’s where the lower level Stockdale-based Scots Market comes in. However, in a land…

Russian students weigh in on Crimea situation

Russian students weigh in on Crimea situation

The recent events in Crimea both united and separated Russian society. It was a long-waited reunion for some but an annexation for others. Two journalism students from Moscow State University…

Students face difficult housing sign-up issues

A lower voluntary attrition rate as well as successful recruitment efforts lead to “hectic” housing sign-ups this past week. While upperclassmen utilized block-housing to their advantage, many students reported difficulty…

Faculty meeting raises Triad hiring concerns, questions next year’s steps

“Extraordinary executive action requires extraordinary explanation,” read Biology Professor Ken Cramer’s explanation for interrupting the faculty meeting on Tuesday with his burning questions. The biology department unanimously voted to hire…