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  • Carlye Arden: speaking Truth

    Carlye Arden: speaking Truth

    Anyone who attended the Gungor concert, Surge or chapel last week knows who Carlye Arden (so) is. But students may be confused on what she was actually doing. Spoken word, according to Arden, is “performance poetry.” The Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art’s website says spoken word is “poetry written on a page but performed for an…

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  • Because God told him to

    By Stephen Cabe, contributing writer Assured of what he is about to do, he takes one final glimpse of his reflection in the mirror. Nervously, he takes a breath as the needle begins to inject the dark black ink into his chest. Tyler Coffey (sr) remembers one of the hardest decisions he ever made: following…

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  • Longboarders skate to relieve stress

    By Heather Cox, contributing writer It’s a breezy, early morning as Ruth Wooster (fr) comes out of Beckett Hall, steps onto her longboard and rolls down the sidewalk toward class—the fresh morning air waking her up and melting away her stress. Hundreds of students on campus have taken up longboarding over the past several years…

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