Tuesday, September 2, 2014

Alyssa Szczepeniak Athlete of the Month

Alyssa Szczepeniak Athlete of the Month

Alejandro Merlan Sports Editor You swim some you lose some. Ask any swimmer on campus or any swimmer you know and you will realize that swimming is one of those love hate relationships. That is exactly how Alyssa Szczepeniak, freshman swimmer, describes her relationship with the sport.   Alyssa Szczepeniak finished the season by placing more »

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Are You Ready to Relay for Life?

On April 12, Carroll University’s Colleges Against Cancer (C.A.C.) will be hosting what many schools and cities host, and that is Relay for Life. This is an event to raise money for cancer research and awareness run through the American Cancer Society. The goal is simple: walk the track for twelve straight hours to parallel that cancer does not sleep. Three main topics are the focus of the event, and they are Celebrate, Remember and Fight Back.

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A Perspective on the New Perspective

What is the New Perspective? The simplest definition is that the New Perspective has been Carroll’s student newspaper since 1854 when it was called the Carroll College Student. Later it became the Carroll Echo then the Perspective and finally the New Perspective.

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A Perspective on the New Perspective

What is the New Perspective? The simplest definition is that the New Perspective has been Carroll’s student newspaper since 1854 when it was called the Carroll College Student. Later it became the Carroll Echo then the Perspective and finally the New Perspective.

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Aiming to Raise Ally Awareness

Who is an ally, or better yet, hat is an ally? Carroll University’s Queers and Allys (Q&A) is going to attempt to answer this commonly asked question April 7-11 during Ally Week. This weeklong event will host a variety of activities to help bring awareness to not just the LGBTQ community, but the Allys as well.

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Alyssa Szczepeniak Athlete of the Month

Alyssa Szczepeniak Athlete of the Month

Alejandro Merlan Sports Editor You swim some you lose some. Ask any swimmer on campus or any swimmer you know and you will realize that swimming is one of those love hate relationships. That is exactly how Alyssa Szczepeniak, freshman swimmer, describes her relationship with the sport.   Alyssa Szczepeniak finished the season by placing more »

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Sochi 2014: The Anger Games

  Hugo Durand-Boureau   The Winter Olympics of Sochi 2014 just ended, leaving behind them a complex mix of feelings from a variety of people. There is the joy of the winners taking back home their treasure around their necks, and the disappointment of the defeated (sorry USA Hockey team, not this time…). There is more »

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