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Lauren Sawyer

Editor-in-Chief. Lauren fell in love with <i>The Sojourn</i> in 2009 when she joined the staff as a writer. Her sophomore year she was the self-proclaimed "music snob" of the A&E section, and last year she was <i>The Sojourn's</i> managing editor. When she's not in Elder room 127, you'll find Lauren at McConn reading a modern novel on her Kindle and drinking a Cuban latte. You can learn more about Lauren on her <a href="">website</a> or by following her on Twitter (<a href="">@ldsawyer</a>).

  • Elections update

    Rick Santorum pulled out of the Republican presidential race Monday, April 9, putting Mitt Romney in more than a 30 percent lead over the other two candidates. Romney currently has 42 percent support and has been in a consistent lead since late February, according to Ron Paul has 10 percent support, with Newt Gingrich…

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  • WIWU incurs fine

    Earlier this month, the Federal Communications Commission fined Indiana Wesleyan University’s TV station, WIWU-TV51, $13,000 for failing to meet the records requirements for informational and educational children’s programming. The FCC states that all low-frequency Class A stations, like WIWU, must play a certain amount of children’s programming on the station. WIWU played the children’s programming…

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  • Media students win state awards

    Indiana Wesleyan University media communication students won 10 awards from the Indiana Association of School Broadcasters last month – the highest number of awards ever brought home by IWU media students. The students won for both TV and radio pieces, and came in second overall in the TV category. Matt Green (alumnus ‘11) received first…

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  • ‘College is what you make of it’

    These farewell editorials are supposed to be, I think, a platform for sappiness. Here I am, a senior, graduating in just a few weeks, with several underclassmen to take positions that I used to hold: “Good luck, underclassmen, Ben, Jeremy, blah, blah, blah.” I am proud of them; I’m excited for them. But this piece…

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