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Food Service Committee searching for opinions

Desiree Bauer, Staff Writer

Students who would like to see a change in the food at SMSU or share their opinions on the dining service are invited to attend the Food Service Committee meetings. Sophomore Jeff Mayfield, is the president of this committee. “I think our purpose is to serve as a community-wide voice for all students who partake in the on-campus dining services,” Mayfield said. Tom Hemmy, the Director of Chartw...  Read More »

Dec 1

SAFAC looking for new members

Grant Kleiman, Staff Writer

As the Spring semester approaches, the Student Activity Fee Allocation Committee (SAFAC) is beginning its search for new members. Student fees contribute to the collegiate experience, providing funding for clubs and activities ranging from intramural sports to theatre productions. SAFAC allocates funds at the start of each semester and handles ongoing budget requests from clubs seeking funds for un...  Read More »

Dec 1

Sander-Staudt reflects on keynote delivered at international conference

Fernando Tabares, Sports Editor

Professor Maureen Sander-Staudt of the SMSU Philosophy Department traveled to Leuven, Belgium Sept. 8-10 where she attended the European Association of Centres of Medical Ethics (EACME) and gave a keynote speech relating to morality within the field of medicine. “I have to say it was one of the most challenging things I have ever done,” Sander-Staudt said. This is because her audience wanted he...  Read More »

Dec 1

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Gilmore Girls revival review: Coming home to Stars Hollow

Emily Errico, Staff Writer

“Where you lead, I will follow.” The revival to the long-running television series “Gilmore Girls” came exclusively to Netflix on Nov. 25. “Gilmore Girls: A Year in the Life” appeared in the ...  Read More »

Dec 1

Staying safe: Car winterization

Jill Hoppe, Copy/Photo Editor

For some, SMSU’s first snow day occurring so early in the school year might have been a good wake-up call to take winter weather seriously. With a high percentage of the student body commuting to class and ...  Read More »

Dec 1

Seifert writes novel: “Sundown at Sunrise”

Cole Miska, A&E Editor

Seifert completes locally based historical fiction novel Notable local resident and a candidate for Minnesota’s Republican governor nominee in 2012, Marty Seifert can now also be called an author. ...  Read More »

Dec 1

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Club Spotlight: Art Club comes back to SMSU

Jill Hoppe, Copy/Photo Editor

Since 2012, the SMSU Art Club has been nonexistent--until this school year. Seniors Emily Peterson and Virginia Phelps, currently president and vice president, have made it their mission to revitalize...  Read More »

Dec 1

Club Spotlight: Dungeons and Dragons

Andrew Bradley, Staff Writer

The Dungeons and Dragons Club is a new club for anyone and everyone who wants to play Dungeons and Dragons. With the start of another club on campus, many people are asking what it takes to start a ne...  Read More »

Nov 4

Aquarius dorm haunted by ghosts?

Jordan LeMieur, Staff Writer

Halloween is getting closer, so students should expect to see some strange sights around campus, such as interesting costumes, harmless pranks, or maybe even a ghost. Whispers have been stirring up about som...  Read More »

Oct 20

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