Covered in a glittering black shroud the Debutantess crossed the stage, a single spotlight following her every move. As she removed her hood, the crowd screamed, growing louder when she tore away her robe revealing a small gold ensemble and curly blonde hair.
Gender, religion and sexuality are three controversial topics showcased in the new College of Law art gallery exhibit, “What I Am Allowed To Be.”
Marcia Godwin, associate professor of public administration, has set out to educate those who will listen about the subject of participatory budgeting.
Sometimes it can be hard getting back in the swing of things, but clubs on campus make it easy for students to feel involved in campus activities.
The energy was high, the ponytails were even higher and the makeup sparkled in the light.
With the current political climate, you may justify avoiding activism because you believe the issue may not directly affect you, or because you fear persecution from your peers, family or community.
While many couples plan to enjoy the romance next Tuesday, not everyone is seeing heart eyes.
Roughly 50 faculty, staff and students attended the information session “Immigration Under the Trump Administration” on Jan. 31 in the Campus Center Ballroom.
The softball team split the series against George Fox, losing 5-7 and winning the second 6-1, in a doubleheader Friday at Campus West.
Bill Owen sat cross-legged in the front of the room, tapping a metal bowl and spinning the microphone around it to fill the room with ambient noise as he whispered instructions to three students sitting on round pillows.