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Will The NFL Make A Change?

Will The NFL Make A Change?Chasity Carner On February 1st, 2022 Brian Flores filed a class-action lawsuit for racial discrimination against the National Football League after being dismissed of his

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194,967 strokes

194,967 Strokes Jackson Caudill EVANSVILLE, Ind. On the second floor of Ridgway, nestled between the Multicultural Student Commons and the center for diversity lies the painting “194,967 strokes,” by Jon

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Healthcare Workers Need Our Help

Healthcare Workers Need Our Help by: Mayray Sung by: Mayray Sung Healthcare. A heated topic regardless of party lines. Pro-life, pro-choice. Anti-Affordable Care Act, pro-ACA. Privatization, nationalization. But there is

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First-Generation Trailblazers

First-Generation Trailblazers by: Ashtyn Baxter Picture this.  It’s your first day at your university. You’ve been awaiting this day for as long as you could remember after all no one

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Alumni Spotlight: Alissa Paik

Alumni Spotlight by: Rylie Stephens Alissa Paik https://youtu.be/CHXCBeWsnK4 Alissa Paik is the owner of Thrive Marketing Strategies and Alissa Paik Consulting. She leads a team of creatives and consults directly

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Is Ignorance Bliss?

Is Ignorance Bliss? Paris Himes             I read Maus, a graphic novel by American cartoonist Art Spiegelman in my high school English class.  Maus tells the story of Spiegelman’s father

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Tunes @ Noon: Jay Filson 

Tunes @ Noon: Jay Filson Mitchell Bretz On Friday, March 25th, musician Jay Filson visited the University of Evansville to perform a free concert, which took place from 12:00-1:00 at

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Mitski Is Back

If you’re familiar with the app TikTok, then no doubt you’ve heard a song by the artist Mitski.  TikTok popularized many of her previous songs, including her 2018 hit single

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2022 UE Road Trip

MADDY WEBB Road Trip 2022 From February 25th-26th UE hosted the annual event called Road Trip. High school students from all over the country and world come for these two

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Photogrammetry

Photogrammetry MADDY WEBB On February 9th, 2022, UE Alumni Dr. Meg Hagseth presented the topic of photogrammetry in a lecture run by the Department of Archaeology.  Dr. Hagseth was in

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Happy Valentine’s Day

Happy Valentine’s Day from Student Media!  Coloring has the ability to relax the fear center of your brain, the amygdala. It induces the same state as meditating by reducing the

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Mark Pease

LEXI WILLIAMS All are welcome to enjoy the immersive art experience displayed at the Melvin Peterson Gallery from now until December 11, 2021. Featured artist Mark Pease creates work in

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Different is Normal

While we face inequality and social justice in our country, we’re on the path toward a brighter light. Locally, we’re doing our part to make sparks at UE. Knowledge about

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The Bigger They Are…

Jordan McQuiston Movie Review The Harder They Fall is definitely a Western for the modern age, and in keeping with the status of our modern age, it’s a lot. My

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UE students for HEERF Grant

On March 27th, 2020 the Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security Act was passed by Congress. Allowing students at the University of Evansville to receive a Higher Education Emergency Relief

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Sport of Balance

Reilly Paterson University of Evansville Athletes balancing mental health and athletics “Every time a new opportunity arises my first thought is, ‘wow, why me?’” said by No.1 ranked tennis player,

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Eerie and Bazaar Myths

Jordan McQuiston Eerie and Bazaar Myths Qalupalik. Timingila. Bari-Degi. No, I did not just hit random keys on my keyboard. These are myths and mythical creatures from Alaska, India, and

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UE Clay Club Chili Bowl Sale

Professor Matteson, Chair of the Department of Art and Advisor to Clay Club said: “A lot of hours went into creating these unique ceramic bowls. The artists dedicated a lot of energy and hard work. I am blessed to have such a wonderful group to work with on such a great cause.”

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The Show Must Go On

Article>UE Theater The history of theatre spans thousands of years, and while its demise has often been predicted, it lives on today. The pandemic launched the longest shutdown in the

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Vaccinate The Virus

Article>Covid Vaccination It has been over a year since the beginning of the COVID-19 outbreak in the U.S. and vaccine distribution is underway. Over 100 million people have been vaccinated

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The Fallen Linden Beauty

Peace Ilegomah The Fallen Linden Beauty    The tree that stood tall in front of Olmsted Administration Hall was a magnet for generations of students. They studied in its shade,

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The Band Plays On

Feature > Friends of UE Music Three months after UE publicized its draft realignment plan, UE Music announced that it would be transforming into the UE Music Conservatory rather than

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Harlaxton From Afar

Article>Study Abroad A manor, once full of youthful voices and magical energy, sits empty and awaiting an adventure just like so many students at the University of Evansville. Harlaxton Manor

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Coping With COVID

Article>COVID Think back to March 23, 2020. Everything seemed normal until checking Twitter to see a mind-boggling headline: “Could COVID19 be the next pandemic?”. Cases had been reported in China,

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Who Run The World?

Who Run The World? Who Run The World? COVER STORY> dalas|CARTER Girls. Women truly do make the world go ‘round. From childbirth to running presidential campaigns, women take on some

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Finding Balance

a closer look > Liz McCormick It’s no secret that college is stressful, and the build-up of academic stress, future-defining decisions and personal pressure are enough to challenge the mental

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Blazing Her Own Path

a closer look > Tiffany Griffith dallas | CARTER “Did I mention I’m a smartass?” Tiffany Griffith, assistant professor of English and Director of Rhetoric and Composition, asked.  Tiffany has

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EMBRACING THEIR FULL POTENTIAL

fascinating people > embrace marketing dallas | CARTER Among the rows of books and weathered carpeting on the fourth floor of the Clifford Library, the bright, modern ChangeLab Incubator serves

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Nerd Wars

nerd wars < campus culture Honors Activity Board’s annual Nerd Wars trivia competition was another success, with nineteen student teams and four faculty teams participating. The faculty team “Consilience” —

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Tradition On Tap

COVER Local breweries continue to put their own modern twist on beer while connecting with the community BEER dallas | CARTER In a changing world full of overwhelming technology, nostalgia

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Can’t Stop Hip-Hop

VOICES With rappers dominating the media, the charts and awards shows, hip-hop is on track to overthrow pop as the new most popular genre. rap, trap & boom bap kaleb

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Ink and Metal

COVER INK & METAL tattoos & piercings lydia | MAXWELL Body modification has been around long enough for stigmas to come and go. What remains is the meaning and story

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Equality Is Not Justice

VOICES If the end goal for LGBTQ+ liberation is simply equal rights, then there will always be people left behind. TRANSITIONS People are different from one another. This is not

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Irish For A Day

COVER IRISH FOR A DAY hannah|ROWE The Emerald Isle continues to celebrate the rich history of Ireland and the death of St. Patrick — and so does the rest of

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Making The World Better

PROFILE Patrick Sewell FASCINATING PEOPLE Making the decision to travel to a new country to study is a difficult one. But for sophomore Patrick Sewell, the U.S. has turned out

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Using Faith As A Foundation

FACINATING PEOPLE USING FAITH AS A FOUNDATION lydia|MAXWELL LYDIA MAXWELL It was almost time to stop for the day, but the trench wasn’t quite finished. Plus, no one thought the

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Paving A Generous Path

FACINATING PEOPLE PAVING A GENEROUS PATH lauren| RABOLD LAUREN RABOLD Helping others has been a part of junior Paige Hignite’s life for many years, and her service seems to stem

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The Rebirth Of Marijuana

Marijuana has a lengthy history with a reputation to match. But outdated opinions are going up in smoke as weed becomes a recreational substance society is willing to tolerate. cover

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Don’t Touch My title IX

MODERN PERSPECTIVES >  DON’T TOUCH MY TITLE IX lea|ARNOLD The government’s new stance on how Title IX should work with sexual assault cases is vague at best, harmful at its

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Looking Into The Unknown

Unexplained physical wonders exist in the world that cannot be easily made clear, leaving people curious about how and why they occurred. People have hypothesized and theorized the cause of

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Labels Create False Identities

Humans are naturally wired to group together characteristics in order to make connections to seemingly unrelated things. This is why we categorize plants, animals and one another. This quickly turns

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Sex.

Most everyone enjoys it, but people’s thoughts, experiences and decisions about sex are infuenced by the world around them. BY LYDIA|MAXWELL & DALLAS|CARTER Let’s talk about sex. Everyone reacts differently

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Safe Sex Should Be Sexy

The Cornell Daily Sun reported that only 54 percent of students regularly use condoms during vaginal intercourse and only 29 percent use condoms during anal intercourse. Only 4 percent use

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It’s Stuck In My Head Again

Rebecca Black’s song “Friday” is a song about a teen going through her average Friday. The song is grating. Black’s voice is blatantly auto-tuned, but the song was extremely popular

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The Risks We Take

Expert climbers say the worst thing you can do while scaling a precarious mountain slope is to look down. You’ve spent hours not only training but preparing your gear, and once you find yourself

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Following Fashion Trends

Fashion has been around a long time, ever since cavemen needed to cover their business. It is even possible Neanderthals styled their fur loincloths a certain way to make them look avant-garde. But in

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Treating Others With Respect

Musical Madness, an annual philanthropy where teams of student organizations perform skits, has always been a funny, creative and enjoyable experience for students and in recent years, Road Trippers. Many of the skits this year,

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The Time Is Now

BY DALLAS|CARTER & OLIVIA|SHOUP 2016 Was The Earth’s Hottest Year Since Recordkeeping Began More Than 130 Years Ago. We take notice of catastrophes as they are reported on the news or

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Calling For Climate Change Legislation

With references to climate change and global warming now removed from most government websites and Rex Tillerson, former ExxonMobil CEO, confirmed as secretary of state, our attention to environmental issues needs to be stronger than

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Creating New Out of Old

Climate change and the green energy movement are important topics that go hand in hand. While some still believe that climate change does not exist, for them there is no urgent need for green energy.

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Behind The Music

September 2017 | University of Evansville LYDIA MAXWELL A deeper look into how music connects us, makes us feel certain emotions and the impact it has on our surroundings. There

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Trying To Accomplish the Maximum

SEPTEMBER 2017 | UNIVERSITY OF EVANSVILLE dallas|CARTER  Some students come to college knowing exactly what their individual goals and ambitions are. Others get involved in as many ways possible —

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