Rape Culture

Rape Culture

The United States is still a country that protects rapists and sexual abusers. America has made great strides in the last 50 years toward true gender equality, but we’re still […]

 

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    Alumni return for gaming club’s annual event

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  • Photo by Olivia Gear. Nicole Kippen, Breana Voss, Rachel Lindgren, Kathryn Erickson and Jenna Marie Seery giggle on stage during the production “Five Women Wearing the Same Dress,” a senior thesis project directed by Missy Hildebrandt.

    Six players, five women, one dress

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  • Submitted photo. Women’s soccer at head coach Dan Weiler at work with the team during a practice session. Weiler announced on March 5 that he would be stepping down as head coach to take a position with the Christopher Newport University women’s soccer team in Newport News, Va. Weiler began his new job on March 17.

    Soccer coach steps down

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    Registration goes smoothly

    Registering for spring semester classes last fall left many students and faculty members frustrated with the Banner system. This time around, Chief Information Officer Bruce Vieweg and Registrar Erica Peterson […]

     
  • Photo by Beth Meemken. “Society’s Image,” a mixed media art piece by Kate Hammero.

    Students showcase art

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    No end in sight

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    Heart and soul

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    Work and patience can help students study abroad

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