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  • The Missing Peace in Israel

    The bombings rained down terror on the people of Israel during the second intifada, also known as the second Palestinian rebellion against the Israelis. There isn’t a single person in Israel who doesn’t know someone who was in a bombing, died in a bombing, was injured in a bombing or was rescued from a bombing,…

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  • Medieval Shorts provide unique look at Biblical stories

    Medieval Shorts provide unique look at Biblical stories

    Four Biblical stories in the form of medieval morality plays graced the stage of Indiana Wesleyan University’s Black Box Theatre on the evening of Friday, March 27. The Medieval Shorts Festival is an entirely student-directed production. While the scenes adhere to the medieval morality play style with their irregular rhyme schemes, directors were given a…

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  • Becca Noveroske: SGA president, world traveler and child skier

    Becca Noveroske: SGA president, world traveler and child skier

    On a regular Friday night Becca Noveroske (jr) can be found studying or hanging out with friends at McConn, but on Tuesdays you can find her in Evans watching “The Bachelor,” her guilty pleasure, with her closest girlfriends. Her favorite Baldwin meal is grilled chicken, and she loves fresh brew or the Krossbar at McConn,…

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  • Studio production class creates sitcom, “Kashed In”

    Studio production class creates sitcom, “Kashed In”

    Indiana Wesleyan University’s studio production class is creating a sitcom called “Kashed In,” to be shown on April 1 in the TV station studios with a live audience that gets to watch the actors perform while the class records it. The sitcom is about a young law student named Kash Williams, to be played by…

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