Monthly Archives: November 2018

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Football ends strong

The football team’s season ended last Saturday with a strong 33-14 win against Adrian College, finishing their season with an 8-2 record, matching last year’s standing. The team took second overall in the MIAA, falling only to Trine University. The Flying Dutchmen were led by 17 seniors over the season. Senior Tate Knapp was first…

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Fall musical opens tonight at DeWitt Theatre

Amidst the lull that falls between post-midterm relief and Thanksgiving break, the DeWitt mainstage continues to bustle. Since the third week of school, the students and professors of the theatre department have been working to memorize, arrange and design a production of Steven Sondheim’s classic musical, “Into the Woods.” Opening on Broadway 31 years ago,…

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Panel shares on discourse

These days, it is a common sentiment across every demographic that we live in an age of political polarization rarely seen in politics. The ability to reach out and communicate about daily events to any given stranger has become notably strained, boding poorly for the common American and their ability to come to a reasonable…

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Apocalyptic images of California

The death toll from the Camp Fire in Paradise, the most destructive fire in the history of California, has surged to 25 people, with more than 100 people still missing in the northern part of California. The scenes are disturbing. Abandoned cars with melted tires errantly scattered in front of motorists who were fleeing their…