Garissa University and Islamic Terror on a Global Scale

An overview of the recent shooting at Garissa University, and the conclusions that can be drawn from it concerning the trends of radical Islam

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The Uncommon Learning Commons
May03

The Uncommon Learning Commons

A short column about the strange things that students do in the Learning Commons. It is a combination of the bizarre things I’ve seen along with stories from the students and administration on campus that work in the LC.

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Strength and Conditioning Coaches at Carroll
May03

Strength and Conditioning Coaches at Carroll

 This article is about Coach Brusky, Coach Kosrow, Coach Wood and their experience at Carroll University.

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The Story Behind Keystone’s Veto

By Noah Johnson Staff Reporter   Since it’s initial proposition in early 2010, the Keystone XL pipeline has been on every American politician’s mind. On either side of the isle, politicians have different opinions on the pipeline’s construction, ranging from violently opposed to zealously in favor. The bill that was proposed to the newly Republican-controlled Congress was for the construction of an oil pipeline starting in Canada and...

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“American Sniper” Trial: Eddie Ray Routh Found Guilty of Capital Murder

On February 2, 2013, Chris Kyle and Chad Littlefield were murdered, gunned down in the back by Eddie Ray Routh at a firing range in Texas. This is a fact that no one can dispute, but the question is: did Routh understand that what he did at that time was wrong? Or was he within the grips of psychosis, convinced the two other men were going to kill him if he did not kill them first? This is what the jury in Erath County, Texas had to decide.

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Unconventional Course: Literary Magazine
Mar31

Unconventional Course: Literary Magazine

Carroll is now offering an unconventional course for those interested in participating in a literary magazine: WRI350: Literary Magazine Publishing.

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