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Dear Aggie: relations in the workplace

Dear Aggie, I’m having a little trouble in my love life. There’s someone from work I really want to ask out on a date, but I’m afraid to ask for two reasons: I don’t know if she feels the same way, and I don’t know if it would be a good idea to ask out […]

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Volleyball earns first conference win since 2012

Jacob Jardel Assistant Managing Editor @JJardel_Writing Cameron’s volleyball team dug deep to snap their 20-game conference losing streak, defeating Texas A&M-Commerce on Sept. 19. The Aggies did not carry momentum from their road win to their match against Texas Women’s on Sept. 20 in Denton. The split brought the team to 1-3 in Lone Star […]

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Coming back for a degree and a direction

Casey Brown A&E Editor @CaseyBrown_CU It is easy to dream of a new life, working the perfect job with a college degree in hand. It is easy to assume that a college degree will lead to success and stability. It is easy for people to say, “you should be in school; you’re so smart.” I […]

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Coming this season

Krista Pylant Sports Editor @KristaPylant8 Cameron Intramural Sports added two new sports to this semester’s lineup in addition to existing favorites. This semester, students, faculty and staff will have the opportunity to participate in ultimate frisbee and kickball. Ultimate frisbee is a non-contact sport that combines aspects of soccer, basketball and football. Players on a […]

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SGA Weekly: September 29, 2014

Kaley Patterson Copy Editor @KaleyKayPatt At the fourth SGA meeting of the semester, members received a lesson in Parliamentary Procedure and a first-hand experience in writing legislation. Associate Professor of Communication Dr. James Heflin spoke to the SGA body about the dos and don’ts of Parliamentary Procedure. According to Heflin, he has been instructing the […]

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Workshop eases students’ test anxiety

  Smith Steigleder News Writing Student At 9:30 a.m. Sep. 15 in the Buddy Green room, Cameron students learned many invaluable skills on how to help prevent and cope with test anxiety. This workshop was part of the ongoing CU succeed workshop series. The speaker of the event was Maureen DuRant, an instructor from the […]

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Big Pink volleyball

Casey Brown A&E Editor @CaseyBrown_CU Big Pink Volleyball is coming to CU on Saturday, Oct. 4. Teams of six to ten players can register to play for the fundraiser event, which will benefit breast cancer research. No experience or knowledge of volleyball is necessary to compete. The Office of Student Activities will host the event, […]

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Aggies lose beloved therapy dog

Kaley Patterson Copy Editor @KaleyKayPatt The beginning of the fall semester has been filled with loss for Cameron University. Vice President for Student Services Jennifer Holland and Associate Vice President of Enrollment Management Jamie Glover will be leaving CU, and Tulip, one of CU’s Student Support Services’ beloved therapy dogs, has passed away. Sympathy cards, […]

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