Thursday, March 5, 2015

Weekend of Women at Carroll

By Linda Braus   “Weekend of Women” took place this past weekend at Carroll University. The Carroll Players put on the event which included two shows at the Otteson Theatre on the 13th and 14th, the Players volunteering at The Women’s Center of Waukesha on the 15th, and a Journal Drive. The weekend kicked off Friday more »

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To School Like a Human or School Like a Fish

Robert Frost said “I took the road less traveled by, and that has made all the difference.” In fourteen words Frost captured the spirit of individuality. That seems to be the social tradition of recent years: striving to be untraditional and unique. However, to truly find an acceptable definition of untraditional we must first define more »

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Carroll’s Improv Team Brings Comedy to Campus

This article talks about the Funny Bone Mafia (FBM) and what they have done recently along with what their future looks like. The article also takes a look at the community that FBM has created.

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Features

Weekend of Women at Carroll

By Linda Braus   “Weekend of Women” took place this past weekend at Carroll University. The Carroll Players put on the event which included two shows at the Otteson Theatre on the 13th and 14th, the Players volunteering at The Women’s Center of Waukesha on the 15th, and a Journal Drive. The weekend kicked off Friday more »

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To School Like a Human or School Like a Fish

Robert Frost said “I took the road less traveled by, and that has made all the difference.” In fourteen words Frost captured the spirit of individuality. That seems to be the social tradition of recent years: striving to be untraditional and unique. However, to truly find an acceptable definition of untraditional we must first define more »

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Sports

The Eyes on March; Women’s Lacrosse Heads to the Season Opener

By Alejandro Merlan   March 11, 2015 will mark the first time in history that Van Male stadium will host a Lacrosse game for Carroll University. The Lacrosse Pioneers will go up against Concordia University Falcons. The Blue Jays are predicted to win the Midwest Women’s Lacrosse Conference. But before the game takes place on that fateful more »

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Lacrosse Comes to Carroll

By Noah Johnson   Lacrosse started as an Iroquois ceremony made to ritualize warfare as a form of worship. As American culture developed, educational institutions began adopting lacrosse as a collegiate sport. Players and coaches value lacrosse for its ability to produce athletes with a balance between physical strength and dexterity. Now, lacrosse has come to Wisconsin’s oldest more »

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