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With midterms over, the Student Government Association has roughly one month left of time to meet this semester. As the senators at last week's senator meeting on Oct. 23 showed they have no plans of slowing down and trying to get as many projects done as possible. READ MORE

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This semester the North Nodaway Elementary school received a geographical map from the Geography Club. This will be the fourth map the Geography Club has done since starting this program. These maps are stenciled to the playground for students to interact with and learn from. The purpose of … READ MORE

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Being a college student is difficult within itself without a doubt, but being a student-athlete in college is something that you only will understand by experience.  Being in school, having deadlines and enjoying your social life is hard, but having workouts and practice on top of that is a … READ MORE

Sports

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Being a college student is difficult within itself without a doubt, but being a student-athlete in college is something that you only will understand by experience.  Being in school, having deadlines and enjoying your social life is hard, but having workouts and practice on top of that is a … READ MORE

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Although the women's soccer team did not get to display their skills under the lights of Spratt Stadium on Thursday, Oct. 22, the Griffons rolled with the punches and got to work in the indoor facility. The Griffons were only able to have one scrimmage this fall since their season was halted… READ MORE

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During this global pandemic, playing college football should not be important. Putting young athletes at risk of getting COVID-19 should not even be an option. Though they are taking precautions, like several tests a week, sanitizing equipment and wearing masks while around one another, I co… READ MORE