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Pastel painting presented at National level

Sadie Jones A&E Editor Cameron University Associate Professor of Art Monika Linehan received the honor of being accepted into the Pastel National 2014 Exhibition at the Wichita Center of the Arts, located in Wichita, Kan. Her Pastel on Art Spectrum paper — titled “The Shy Girl” — will be on display from March 28-May 12. […]

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Art student showcase final display

Kaitlyn Stockton Copy Editor Cameron University’s Suny Stanfield and 18 other senior art majors exhibited their artwork in the Thesosophia Senior Art Exhibition. From 6:30 – 9:30 p.m., CU students welcomed the public on April 5 to the show’s opening night at the Museum of the Great Plains. Stanfield, a Fine Arts major with a […]

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Aggies weather Savage Storm

Jacob Jardel Staff Editor Cameron’s tennis teams were in full swing against Southeastern Oklahoma State University on April 8 at the Streich-Henry Tennis Complex. Both teams braved the Savage Storm as the women claimed a decisive 8-1 victory while the men’s team came out on top 6-3. Colby Meeks, assistant coach for the women’s team, […]

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Noah: Analyzing audience and Aronofsky

Casey Brown Copy Editor On March 28, the much-anticipated film “Noah” was released. Since then, there have been mixed reviews and criticism from both religious groups and Darren Aronofsky fans. Despite such criticism, the film brought in almost $44 million according to the Internet Movie Database. Positive reviews have come from major print publications such […]

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Cameron bus brakes fail on trip

Kaitlyn Stockton Copy Editor Twenty-one Cameron University students and faculty members recently experienced the ride of their lives. On March 7, students and faculty were stranded after a Cameron bus lost its brakes on their return trip from Oklahoma Research Day. The driver swerved the bus over a median and onto the side of a […]

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Severe weather preparation

Kaley Patterson Staff Writer Oklahoma has its fair share of weather, but around this time of year Cameron University begins to prepare for intense thunderstorms and destructive tornadoes. Recently, Senior Director of Public Affairs Josh Lehman sent out an email to students, faculty and staff informing them of the protective areas across campus and Lawton’s […]

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Gratitude in a time of graduation: A good education

Carson Stringham Staff Writer Seven weeks. That’s all the time I have left before I venture out into the real world, leaving behind this gilded cage of a life in academia. I’m not going to lie. I’m scared of what the future holds. I do not adjust well to change. When I first made up […]

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CU Spirit Team to hold tryouts

Casey Brown Copy Editor Cameron University’s Spirit Team is holding tryouts for cheer, dance and mascot positions throughout the month of April. Ole Kim tryouts are on April 4 and April 6; Cheer tryouts are April 11-13; Dance tryouts are April 25-27. For each round of tryouts, the first 1-2 days of the event consist […]

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