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Dear Aggie: Incomplete Grades

Dear Aggie, I received an ‘I’ grade at the end of the Spring 2014 semester. I tried to contact my instructor to see what the problem was as soon as I found out about the ‘I’ in May, but the instructor was not present after that semester. I still have the ‘I’ grade and may […]

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NaNoWriMo 2014

Casey Brown Student Life Editor @CaseyBrown_CU Many people say, “If I just had the time, I could write a novel,” or “When I retire, I’m finally going to write my novel.” They say this with good reason: writing a novel takes a great deal of time, effort and support. Then again, some people compete in […]

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Science majors come together for one of their own

Jacob Jardel Assistant Managing Editor @JJardel_Writing With the holidays around the corner, one group of students looks to give back to one of their own. Cameron Biology Club, Tri Beta and the Health Professions Society are teaming up with Oklahoma Blood Institute (OBI) for a blood drive, alongside the ROTC blood drive, from 9 a.m. […]

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Cameron prepares to honor MLK

Vicky Smith Copy Editor @pinkwritinglady Cameron Campus Ministry (CCM) and Cameron University will present the annual Martin Luther King Jr. Day Celebration banquet at 6:30 p.m. on Jan. 19 in the Aggie Rec Center. Keynote speaker Eugene Robinson, a journalist for The Washington Post, will highlight “We’re Someplace We’ve Never Been: Race, Diversity and the […]

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In shackles: The false hope within mental healing

Casey Brown Student Life Editor @CaseyBrown_CU During early psychiatric “care,” the “inmates” of public lunatic asylums were shackled to the walls. Later, what is known as the “trade in lunacy” was the predominate system available for the mentally ill wherein only paying, middle-class customers were accepted. During the 19th and 20th centuries, women who behaved […]

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Live the story, live the ending

Kaley Patterson A&E Editor @KaleyKayPatt I’m terrible with conclusions, mainly when I’m writing pieces like this one. Sometimes it’s hard to start a story, but I have the most difficulty ending one. I believe I’m one of those people who begins something and finishes it, but sometimes my endings are not as strong as they […]

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CU takes down USAO

Kaley Patterson A&E Editor @KaleyKayPatt On Nov. 15, Cameron fans braced the cold to witness the Cameron men’s basketball team square off against the University of Science and Arts of Oklahoma. The Aggies pulled out a 97-81 win against the Drovers, their second straight victory to start the season. During the beginning of the first […]

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Aggies dominate season opener

Vicky Smith Copy Editor @pinkwritinglady The Cameron men’s basketball team started the season with a victory, defeating Saint Gregory’s University 93-73 on Nov. 14 at the Aggie Gym. The Aggies welcomed 11 new players to the court this season. Senior Desmond Henry said he’s excited for the year ahead with his new teammates. “Even though […]

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