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NW to recruit new members to sports, clubs

By Tabitha Redder/reporter Lost students can find a group to call home with the annual NW Campus Clubfest Jan. 22-23. NW student development services will host the annual event in the WTLO lobby for organizations to recruit members for the semester and to give curious students a chance to get involved with the school. “Every club […]

Health services extend hours, urge visits to offices

By Remy McCool/reporter South Campus health services extended hours last spring to accommodate students. Services are available 8 a.m.-10 p.m. Monday-Friday and 8 a.m.-3 p.m. Saturdays. “Emergencies do happen, and people get sick around the clock,” said South registered nurse Anne Ingle. Many students are not aware services are available to them through health services, said […]

Movie Review-Latest animated caper offers family entertainment

Movie Review-Latest animated caper offers family entertainment

By Heather Horton/entertainment editor The 3-D animated adventure The Nut Job will not break any box office records but may be a quiet hero to its targeted demographic, much like its lead character Surly. The assembly of well-known but not quite A-list actors, lend their voices to the medium-sized rodents in the film. Will Arnett, […]

Music Review-Artist’s sophomore effort showcases musical growth

Music Review-Artist’s sophomore effort showcases musical growth

By Matt Fulkerson/sports editor Because the Internet, Childish Gambino’s sophomore studio album, is a vast improvement over his two-year-old debut and allows the artist to display his growth as a musician. When actor and comedian Donald Glover (best known as Troy from the cult NBC series Community) first announced he would release an album in […]

Sports Calendar

Jan. 24 NE Campus will host a dodgeball and Heroball challenge 1-5 p.m. in the gym. Registration is not required to participate. Jan. 27-March 24 NE Campus will offer exercise with a beat as free Zumba classes are held 2-3 p.m. every Monday in Center Corner (NSTU 1615A). No registration is required. For more information, […]

NE music to hold master class, critiques

NE music to hold master class, critiques

By Dylan Bradley/reporter The NE music department is recruiting high school and current students through a percussion master class held by world-renowned percussionist and composer Ney Rosauro. “Many times, they [students] equate the long hard hours of playing in band to being a conflict with their academic goals,” said NE music instructor Warren Dewey. “Playing […]

Students, dance alumni invited to NW party

By Tabitha Redder/reporter To kick off its 15th anniversary celebration, the NW Campus dance program will host JAMuary Jan. 28. Students can boogie at the improv dance jam 7:30-9:30 p.m. in the Dance Studio (WHPE 1103). “The walls should be shaking pretty good,” dance associate professor Amy Sleigh said of the event, which boasts three […]

Entertainment Calendar

Art: Now–Feb. 15 NW Campus will host its first visual art exhibition of the year titled Cera (Wax) showcasing the paintings of Roberto Mungia in the Lakeview Gallery. He will be honored at a reception 11 a.m.-1:30 p.m. Jan. 25. The one-person exhibit of encaustic paintings will include 25-30 of Mungia’s recent works. Gallery hours […]

Symposium offers choices for community women

Symposium offers choices for community women

By Sharon Murra-Kapon/south news editor More than 160 people arrived on South Campus March 31 for insight, motivation and financial and leadership advice. Global Dialogues: Building Sisterhood, sponsored by Women In New Roles programs on South, NE and NW campuses, provided a series of events including lectures, exhibits and a scholarship auction. Dr. Elva Concha LeBlanc’s parents, […]

Students view poetic jazz tribute

By Theneisha Smith/reporter A piece of poetic and musical history visited all four campuses this month to highlight National Poetry Month. The Langston Hughes Project Ask Your Mama: 12 Moods for Jazz, a multimedia event with spoken word, jazz quartet and visual illustration, is Hughes’ epic 12-part, 600-line poem scored with musical cues from the […]

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