Conceal and Carry on Campus

By:Dayton Bissett A bill that allows faculty to conceal and carry on campus just passed legislature. House Bill 575, if passed, will potentially allow certain staff members who get proper training and are approved by the Department of Public Safety to conceal and carry on campus. Risk manager on campus, Tim Kissock, gives his viewpoint […]

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World Religions Panel

By: Dayton Bissett A celebration of diversity and unity took place at the world religions panel in Blum 222 last Wednesday. This was an important event that helped anyone who wanted to come get a more broad understanding of four different religions and how those religions play a role in our community.   Dr. Jay […]

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Old vs New Music

By: Dayton Bissett Older music is better than newer music. When I say older music, I mean ‘60s, ‘70s, ‘80s and even some ‘90s. Music that actually has instruments that the artists play with their hands and their mouths. Music that requires true vocal talent and not auto-tuned, altered voices. Music that just seems more […]

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