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Mini Marlins continues to make kids smile

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chiereme fortune Community Editor Recreation, mentorship and meaningful relationships are just some of the traits that Mini Marlins, a student led service project, has to offer its participants. Tracy Stevenson started the project in the fall 2010, after having visited various shelters on Marlins Make a Difference Day as an after school recreational time for Read More

Marlins splash into spring semester activities

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Douglas Hardman Staff Writer As we make our way into the spring semester, Marlins return to their natural habitat: the water. On April 12, the Student Activities Council and Greek Life held the Annual Belly Flop Contest. The prize for first place (dependent on four categories: Creativity, Redness, Commitment and Sound) was a $25 WaWa Read More

Senior Spotlight: Cassandra Knapp

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Kaci Parker Staff Writer Senior Cassandra Knapp is no stranger to the whirlwind of life; her plate is always full as she balances being a full-time student, working and completing an internship. A double major in psychology and criminal justice, Knapp plans to obtain a master’s degree in social work after graduation. “I would describe Read More

Peter Boie astounds with live magic

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Douglas Hardman Staff Writer On Friday, March 8 Peter Boie was in the Grill performing his magic show extravaganza entitled “Magic for Non-Believers.” Although Boie arrived with just minutes to spare due to a delayed flight, he was ready to perform and turn anyone into a believer. With a great turnout of students, the Wesleyan Read More

Ring Ceremony marks beginning of end of some college careers

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Rayven Davis Staff Writer On Saturday March 16, 14 students gathered to follow in the steps of past graduates for the annual Class Ring Ceremony. The students were joined by their families and friends as well as faculty and staff to take part in the intimate celebration. The ceremony included words of wisdom from members Read More

Up ‘til Dawn: Letters to raise money for St. Jude

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Kaci Parker Staff Writer Up ‘til Dawn was an amazing way for Marlins to show support outside of our community. The office of Residence Life helped to facilitate this event. With their help and the establishment of the partnership with St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital, everything for the event was ready to go. Opening up Read More

Music inspired battle wins over taste buds

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Kayla Brown Staff Writer Loud music was playing, long lines were forming and hot food was being prepared by chefs for hungry visitors at the annual Chef’s Fare in the Boyd Dining Center. The theme for this year? Music genres, which they embraced and ran with, incorporating the theme into every aspect of the evening. Read More

Love talk, slow jams for the ladies

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Rayven Davis Staff Writer On Friday March 3, a group of Phenomenal Women gathered in the Schaefer Room for a coffeehouse called “Love, Talk and Slow Jams.” This event was an open mic night paired with an ongoing discussion on love and relationships. It was the second event of the series, entitled, Phenomenal Women. Phenomenal Read More

Learn to survive a zombie apocalypse

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Kadija Corinaldi Staff Writer Ever wonder if you would survive a zombie apocalypse? Do you have the knowledge and skills to make it through? Apocalypse Survival Club previously known as the Zombie Survival Club covers that very topic. President Will Edmoson, a freshman, re-started this club after he found out it fell flat a couple Read More

Expensive taste, even better opportunities

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Chiereme fortune Community Editor What do a business degree, a part time job and Nordstrom have in common? Everything, for 2008 alumni Rachel Refo. During sophomore year while she was babysitter, Refo decided to try to find another source of income. While job hunting, Refo stumbled upon a sales department opening at the local Nordstrom Read More