Twin Cups Competition

If you are interested in seeing ceramic cups, plates and sculptures from around the world, then be sure to check out the Clay Guild’s national competition and exhibit of Twin Cups. Twin Cups is sponsored by the Clay Guild student organization here on campus. President of the organization, Patrick Larsen, explains why the club started […]

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“Do You Copy” Art Exhibit

Calling all art fans around the Saint Joseph area; the “Hand Magazine” exhibit of Do You Copy is on display now in the gallery at Potter Hall. Co-publisher, Adam Finkelston, explains what “Hand Magazine” is and the artwork they display. “The Hand Magazine is a printed magazine that specializes in photography and print making. It’s […]

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Movie Review: Mockingjay Part One

“If we burn, you burn with us,” Katniss Everdeen screams, sending a deeply personal message to President Snow as the Districts around the Capitol continue to be burned and ravaged after an uprising occurred following the 75th Annual Quarter Quell. For those who may not follow the series, Mockingjay Part One [the third Hunger Games […]

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Griffon Update

Get up-to-date on the current happenings and events around campus with the broadcast and journalism team at Griffon Update. Griffon Update is a broadcast program on campus for any student looking to be more involved in broadcast journalism and news packaging. Katelyn Canon, convergent media student, describes Griffon Update and what it entails. “Griffon Update […]

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Wild about Western

If aging deer, participating in the Mark Twain National Forest research project, or volunteering with wildlife professionals at Squaw Creek sound compelling, than you might want to think about switching your major. These, and more, are exactly the kind of projects students and faculty of the Wildlife and Biology departments on campus will be found […]

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