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We’ve stood in lines outside of the Adams Center so many times while we’ve been students. Basketball games in February, a volleyball match on a Friday evening — even slightly drunk waiting to see Luke Combs perform. And now, to receive our doses of the COVID-19 vaccine.

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When priority registration opened last Tuesday, I sat in my bedroom staring at my open Cyberbear tab. I needed to enroll in at least two upper division Spanish classes to stay on track for my major. But the Spanish department wasn’t offering a single upper division class I hadn’t taken, barr…

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During one of NCAA’s most profitable events of the entire year, the NCAA basketball tournament, the men’s players received a state-of-the-art weight room filled with racks of dumbbells, plenty of multicolored weighted plates and stations to do a variety of workouts. But for the women’s teams…

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Remember when we got that cool little email last March asking us not to come back to campus, effectively creating a nice, long Spring Break? 

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A year ago, I tried my first pepperoncini shot at Monk’s Bar downtown. It was salty and tangy and — I remember this part vividly — I was instantly obsessed. So much so that I had two more back-to-back before climbing up the stairs to find my friend outside. The cold and depressing sting of F…

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Usually, it feels like adding an administrative board on a college campus is a waste of time. They make people do more work, sometimes leave others confused and mostly cost money.

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Our cover story this week takes a look at the efforts of students in the School of Music to raise funding for desperately needed building renovations. After feeling frustrated by a lack of University support on issues that have needed to be addressed for years, music students have taken thei…