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CU’s guitar ensemble performs

Marie Bagwell Staff Writer Nearly every seat was filled in the McCutcheon Recital Hall as the CU Guitar Ensemble performed Oct. 14. The ensemble strummed melodies that varied from eclectic to cheery and were by composers such as Johann Sebastian Bach, Miguel Llobet and Ludwig van Beethoven. Dr. Kirsten Underwood, director of the guitar ensemble, […]

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Home is anywhere with you

Jacob Jardel Assistant Managing Editor @JJardel_Writing As I pulled out of my best friend Tori’s driveway, “To Have a Home” from “A Very Potter Sequel” playing on my car speakers, I started to think about home. “Home – I’ve heard the word before,” it started. “But it’s never meant much more than just a thing […]

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S.L. Shorts October 27, 2014

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SGA Weekly: October 27, 2014

Kaley Patterson A & E Editor @KaleyKayPatt The last two SGA meetings have been centered around the discussion and voting on the semester’s second legislation Resolution: 3114003. Co-authored by Representative Lacey Flaig and Senator Alex Kolinski, the legislation called for the installation of water bottle fillers at all water fountains on campus. The resolution highlighted […]

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Lady Aggies finish eighth at Oklahoma Intercollegiate

Jacob Jardel Assistant Managing Editor @JJardel_Writing The Lady Aggie’s golf team hit the links for the Oklahoma Intercollegiate on Oct. 20-21 at Ft. Sill. The team finished eight overall with a two-day total of 624, 32 strokes behind tournament winner Newman College. Head Coach Rick Goodwin said the team did well, but one aspect of […]

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Emerging leaders

Smith Steigleder News Writing Student The Cameron University School of Business and Delta Mu Delta hosted the Emerging Leaders presentation at 6:30 p.m. on Oct. 9 at the University Theatre, during which Jennifer Boubel spoke to Cameron students about the skills essential to leadership development. As a certified John Maxwell Company speaker, Boubel has over […]

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Graduate studies spark aggie interest

Kaley Patterson A&E Editor @KaleyKayPatt Prospective students and community members interested in taking their education to the graduate level filled the second floor of the MCC for the first Graduate Studies Preview Night of the year on Oct. 14. The university has six graduate programs altogether in the business, education and behavioral science departments. Attendees […]

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CU celebrates Nigerian independence

acob Jardel Assistant Managing Editor @JJardel_Writing Nigerian Aggies brought a piece of home to Cameron during the 54th Nigerian Independence Day Celebration at 6 p.m. on Oct. 4 in the CETES Conference Center. The Cameron University Nigerian Student Association (CUNSA) hosted the event, the third of its kind at Cameron. It celebrated their nation’s independence […]

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