Meanwhile in Sparta: School unveils new state-of-the art mask design

Sam Stroud Opinion Editor Several studies recently have suggested that not all masks are universally effective against COVID-19, certain designs appear to have specific levels of effectiveness. Coupling this knowledge with a new scientific data, which suggests that COVID-19 can be transmitted through the eyes, has forced Sparta University to reconsider its current mask mandate.  With Read More

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Softball rolls in fall home opener

Daniel Hunt Staff Writer The long-anticipated start to the 2018 softball season kicked off on Saturday with two Trojan victories against Northwest Florida State at home.  In the first game of the doubleheader, both teams struggled out of the gate.  In the third inning, Northwest Florida State would face nine total Trojan hitters. With the bases Read More

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Student artwork inspired by dreams, illuminated by light

Lizz Robb Copy Editor Malone Gallery is currently housing two student projects, designed to capitalize on the participating students’ strengths, while also pushing them past their comfort level. From now until Tuesday, Feb. 14, Malone Hall will be exhibiting student artwork from classes taught by Larry Percy, associate professor of art and design. Currently housed are Read More

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Off-campus housing options

Lasata Shrestha Staff Writer Madina Seytmuradova Variety Editor With the limited number of on-campus housing options available, many students end up looking at other options. These off-campus rentals can vary in price, and finding the right balance between the distance from campus and the price can be a tough decision. Other than the availability of spaces, Read More

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