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Fair brings the interview to students

Tyla Eakins News Writing Student Lines of people gathered for the seventh annual Part-Time Job Fair from 2-4 p.m. on Sept. 4 in the McCasland Ballroom. Over 200 Cameron students seized the opportunity to discuss part- time job opportunities face-to-face with employers. Nearly two-dozen local employers attended the job fair including banks, food service companies, […]

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Tennis splits matches with Oklahoma Baptist

Krista Pylant Sports Editor @KristaPylant8 The Cameron men’s and women’s tennis teams split a pair of matches against Oklahoma Baptist University on Sept. 9 at the Streich-Henry Tennis Complex. The men’s team will now begin their season undefeated after beating OBU 7-2, while the women faltered in a 5-4 loss to the Bison. The teams […]

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Real talk: the importance of communication

Kaley Patterson Copy Editor @KaleyKayPatt I have never had a problem with communication. I’ve always been able to talk about my feelings, and I don’t find it hard to explain my thoughts. But recently I’ve realized that effective communication is not easy for everyone. Last month, a guy that I had my eye on all […]

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Cross country places second at UCO

Krista Pylant Sports Editor @KristaPylant8 Rain and muddy conditions did not stop the Cameron cross country team from placing second in their first meet of the season at the University of Central Oklahoma Land Run in Edmond on Sept. 6. Downpours in the area caused a 30 min rain delay of the 6k race, which […]

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Jazz: an ensemble and their director

  Marie Bagwell Staff Writer While his office is bare as he settles into Cameron University, Dr. Andrew Stonerock’s vision for the Jazz Ensemble is anything but sparse. Stonerock might be new to the position of director, but he has great ambitions for the Jazz Ensemble. Stonerock said he would like to see the Jazz […]

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Aggies take fourth at Hawks Creek

Jacob Jardel Assistant Managing Editor @JJardel_Writing Cameron’s women’s golf team started their season with a top five finish at the Hawks Creek Invitational on Sept. 8 and 9 in Dallas. The Lady Aggies, who entered the tournament as the returning champions, ended Tuesday at fourth place, thirty strokes behind champion McLennan Community College. The Black […]

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Film Geek: Behind the scenes

Film Geek September 11, 2014 from Aggie Central on Vimeo. Ashli Mathiews Producer and Host of Film Geek on CUTV @FilmGeekCU Hi Cameron Aggies, I’m Ashli Mathiews, your host for “Film Geek.” On my show, I give you the latest news in the movie and television world. I know people want to hear about their favorite […]

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Brief: Piano Recital

  Dr. Hyunsoon Whang, McMahon Endowed Chair and Professor of Music, preformed “Gardens in the Rain,” a faculty piano recital. The recital, which took place on 7:30 p.m. on Sept. 11 in the Cameron University Theatre, cost $10, but CU students and faculty got in for free with CU ID’s. Proceeds from the “Gardens in […]

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