‘Mamma Mia!’ offers a welcomed relief from finals blues with high energy, fun show

Review Pradyot Sharma  Section Editor In the hectic weeks leading to the summer, the Department of Theatre and Dance’s rendition of “Mamma Mia!” was a welcomed relief to many.  Built around the music of ABBA, the show follows the life of Donna Sheridan and her soon-to-be-wed daughter Sophie, who in the quest to find her father, Read More

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Opinion: Republicans shouldn’t complain about democratic legislation after their legislative failure

Sam Stroud Staff Writer With a Democratic-led House, we see nothing but one embarrassment of a bill after another. Whether it’s a bill saying we have to get rid of farting cows, or some other far-reaching endeavor, Republicans love to complain about these new proposals. But, they have no right to — they had their chance Read More

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Morgan Long to be President as students elect new SGA administration

Zach Henson Editor-in-Chief Pradyot Sharma Section Editor Morgan Long will be the Student Government Association (SGA) president for the 2019-2020 academic year; he won Wednesday’s general election with 51.99 percent of votes cast for president “I went crazy,” said Long. “(I) jumped up and down and was fist bumping my roommate. (I) couldn’t believe I had Read More

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