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Freshman Class President election results declared

Colleen McCarrick Staff Reporter Campaigning is over, votes have been cast and the winners decided. After a highly unusual election process, the McDaniel College Freshmen Class President was declared to…


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Lighter Side of the Campus Safety Blotter

Jen Noel Staff Reporter (Editor’s Note: This column by Jen Noel is dedicated to some of the most inane calls to which Campus Safety officers respond ? or should respond….


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Woman Reports False Carjacking on PA Ave

Roxanne Fleischer News Co-Editor On September 10 Campus Safety sent out an email describing a man that a non-student woman had been car-jacked in the area of Union Street and…



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Two campus trespassing incidents lead to arrests

Roxanne Fleischer News Co-Editor Two separate incidents on the weekend of September 20 lead to eventual arrests. The first incident occurred at around 7:15 p.m. on Saturday September 20. Two…



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New Pathways Yearbook Advisor Brings Stability

Angela Baldwin Staff Reporter Nicole Robbins has become the new advisor for McDaniel’s yearbook Pathways, replacing Susan Cullison. While there have been some changes to the yearbook, most of it…



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130 Schools Support Amethyst Initiative

Kris Breeden Staff Reporter Though more than 130 colleges have joined a “reconsider the drinking age” initiative, McDaniel College has opted to tackle concerns about alcohol abuse through other routes….


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Why the Parking Increase?

Danielle Azoulay Staff Reporter Having a car on campus just got more expensive. Not only are gas prices rising, but so is the price to park at McDaniel College. The…


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Ike Wreaks Havoc on Texas

Roxanne Fleischer News Co-Editor On September13 on the website of The Daily News of Galveston County, Texas, President and Publisher Dolph Tillotson promised in a blog to continue publication both…



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Lighter Side of the Campus Safety Blotter

Jen Noel Staff Reporter It’s easy to see why some may find Westminster a boring place to live. There is not always a lot happening around town besides the events…



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Proffesors Gone Wild (In Academia)

Kate Maloney Staff Reporter We see our professors in Red Square lecturing outdoors on a nice day, advising student-run clubs in the evening, or catching up with colleagues over lunch…