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SGA Weekly: October 13, 2014

Kaley Patterson A & E Editor @KaleyKayPatt On Oct. 6 the Cameron Student Government Association passed their first piece of legislation of the year with Resolution: 3114002. The legislation called for the regulation of landscaping hours in areas surrounding on campus housing. SGA Vice President Nikki Kirk was the legislation author. Two weeks prior, the […]

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Fitting with those who keep you…

Kaley Patterson A&E Editor @KaleyKayPatt Growing up, my mom always told me that I couldn’t please everybody – simple concept, but hard to accomplish. In high school, I would come home crying and stressing to my mom about how a friend of mine was mad at me for a decision I had made on the […]

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Dear Aggie: caught in the middle

The following reply was sent in response to a Dear Aggie letter printed in issue 5 of The Cameron Collegian regarding unethical relations between a student and an instructor. Dear Between a Rock and an Ethical Place (from Oct. 6 edition),  The Office of Equal Opportunity/Title IX is the primary resource for reporting any suspected […]

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CU Spirit: bleeding black and gold

Charlene Belew Managing Editor @CBelew15 Cameron has more than spirit. In fact, when it comes to Aggie Athletics, the Black and Gold has a full-fledged team on the sidelines at most games, eagerly cheering Aggie athletes, and their fans, to victory. Ashton Davis, the spirit team graduate assistant, said both the cheerleaders and the dancers […]

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Local heavy metal band spotlight: Komatryp

Kristen Bass Staff Writer Local band Komatryp are known for playing very heavy metal with their own junkyard groove. The band consists of lead vocalist Mike Lorentz, lead guitarist Roy Driggers, rhythm guitarist Brad Disney, bassist Clanton Miller and drummer Nani Vissepo. The guys in Komatryp are family-orientated – most of them have wives and […]

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Celebrating fifty years of Miss Lawton

Vicky Smith News Writing Student Crowds gathered for the 50th annual Miss Lawton Pageant at 7 p.m. on Oct. 4 at the McMahon Memorial Auditorium. Of the 11 contestants, three of them were Cameron University students: Tiffany Swinford, Sweta Patel and Kadijah Drewery. For five decades, young women across the region have strived for the […]

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Concert reviews: Foster the People The Head and The Heart

I’ve attended over 10 concerts within the last year – Mumford and Sons, Imagine Dragons, Edward Sharp and the Magnetic Zeros, The Lumineers; just to name a few. Last weekend I added two new concerts to my list: Foster the People and The Head and The Heart. Kaley Patterson A&E Editor @KaleyKayPatt Foster the People […]

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CU Serves: Day in the Park, an Online Exclusive

Jacob Jardel Assistant Managing Editor @JJardel_Writing Cameron University and the City of Lawton will team up to beautify the Lawton community with Day in the Park on Oct. 11. The joint effort will start at 9 a.m. and continue into the afternoon. Students will gather at assigned parks throughout the city and partake in such […]

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