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  • 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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  • Editorial: What are the ethics behind swiping and leaving chapel?

    The new chapel swipe system has been a topic of conversation since the beginning of the 2014-2015 school year, begging the question: is it okay for students to swipe and leave? This question has been argued from both sides. Indiana Wesleyan University has had chapel as a requirement since its founding, more recently with the…

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  • The inside scoop on chapel worship

    Before each designated chapel, worship leaders Taylor Showley (jr) and Meg Sanders (jr) meet to pray about which songs they want to sing at the service. After shooting around ideas, they leave, pray on their own and convene before making a decision. “Our motto is that we seek God first, and he takes care of the…

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  • Chapel change prompts tightened campus security

    Indiana Wesleyan University’s switch to a unified chapel service affected more than just class schedules and the sense of spiritual oneness at the school; it affected how the university’s Campus Police Department does its job. When Director of Campus Police Mario Rangel heard of IWU’s plan to combine the chapel services, he knew there had…

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