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Colleges Against Cancer hosts Relay for Life event March 24

Fernando Tabares, Sports Editor

On March 24, Colleges Against Cancer will hold the next SMSU Relay for Life in the RA facility. According to the American Cancer Society, the money raised through events like this is used to fund research, patient support programs, and detection and treatment programs. “Our Relay for Life is different from normal Relays for Life,” SMSU Colleges Against Cancer President Madison Hayes said. “Usually ...  Read More »

Feb 9

Valentine Ninja-Grams coming to SMSU

Cole Miska, A&E Editor

The Marshall area is about to see a large increase in the number of ninjas running around town. The SMSU chapter of Collegiate DECA will be hosting a Valentine Ninja-Gram fundraiser the week of Feb. 8-14. DECA has several people dressed in white ninja costumes that will be out delivering valentines that students, staff and Marshall residents have purchased. Kenneth Lam is the president of DECA c...  Read More »

Feb 9

GoinGlobal helps international students find jobs abroad

Desiree Bauer, Staff Writer

After a year of absence, GoinGlobal, a resource for international students and prospective international students, has returned to SMSU. International students are those who are not from the United States and are at school, or students who are from any other nation and will be travelling to another nation for school. “There are at least 40 different countries represented here,” Director of Career...  Read More »

Feb 9

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Movie review: Hidden Figures uncovered

Emily Errico, Staff Writer

“We get to the peak together, or we don’t get there at all.” “Hidden Figures” was released on Dec. 25, 2016 and has since been nominated for numerous awards to recognize its captivating story...  Read More »

Feb 9

Movie review: Feelings split on Split

Martin Olsen, Staff Writer

Director M. Night Shyamalan’s recent thriller, Split, hit theatres Jan. 20, and it’s been the top box office seller since its release.  James McAvoy, who plays the film’s primary antagonist, is an...  Read More »

Feb 9

International artists define abstraction in compelling ways

Kevin Danielson, News Editor

Unique and clever variations of abstract art is on display in the Whipple Gallery as part of the Undefined Abstraction exhibit, which runs from January 16 to March 16. Works in the show are from a mix of...  Read More »

Feb 9

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Club Spotlight: Chemistry Club

Matthew Stude, Staff Writer

Some students may be averse toward the complicated nature of science, but many see it as containing truth, meaning and wonder. If science is important in your life, you may want to consider joining Chemi...  Read More »

Feb 9

Club Spotlight: Access Association reinstated on campus

Nicole Schwing, Editor in Chief

The SMSU Access Association is a student club on campus that provides resources and opportunities for both disabled and abled students to grow in understanding of disabilities and their presence on and off ca...  Read More »

Jan 26

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

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