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MC Experiences International Tastes At Fair
Research Symposium Presents Variety Of Topics
WBKE Sponsors First Annual 'Chet Fest'
MC Hand Bell Choir Travels To DC To Compete.
May Day Weekend Approaches: Signups Soon
'Speak Now And Forever Hold Your Peace' Week
Rivoli Speaks To Students About Global Economy
MC Hosts Renowned Photographer Turnley
 
SPORTS
Four MC Students Receive HCAC Athletic Awards
 
ENTERTAINMENT
How To Interpret Questions In A Job Interview
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Laundry Room Ghost-Attack Rattles East Hall
Service-Learning Or Illegal Labor
New Major Offered? Bracketology
Super-Gluist Strikes Manchester's Bell Tower
 
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MC Experiences International Tastes At Fair

Japanese drumming, laughter and the scent of exotic foods formed the background for intercultural adventures last Sunday during the International Fair. This biennial event focuses on raising awareness of international traditions, building community, and – of course – enjoying some amazing cuisine!

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Research Symposium Presents Variety Of Topics
DUSTIN SCHUTTE
Manchester College was overflowing with student researchers last Friday, as a record-breaking 38 students presented their individual research projects in front of students, parents, faculty and staff at the 12th annual Student Research Symposium.

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WBKE Sponsors First Annual 'Chet Fest'
MICHAEL RAINES
The first-annual Chet Fest music festival, hosted by WBKE 89.5 “The Buzz,” took place on Manchester’s campus on April 9 and 10.
Chet Fest kicked off on Friday, April 9, with a Battle of the Bands competition in Wampler Auditorium. The event started at 8:00 p.m. and had a $2 cover charge.


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MC Hand Bell Choir Travels To DC To Compete
BAILEY VORNDRAN
On Saturday, April 17, 2010, the Manchester hand bell choir will be performing and competing against dozens of other schools in the National Hand Bell Competition, held in Washington, DC’s Supreme Court.

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May Day Weekend Approaches: Signups Soon
KRISTEN WILHITE
Mud volleyball has been a May Day weekend tradition for Manchester College students for many years. The May Day weekend is to help students have a fun weekend with less stress before the hectic season of exams and move-outs begins.

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SPORTS

Four MC Students Receive HCAC Athletic Awards
MICHAEL RAINES
For their efforts during the week of March 25−April 3, four Manchester College student-athletes were named the top performers in their respective sports.

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ENTERTAINMENT

How To Interpret Questions In A Job Interview
ADAM KING
Interviews are, at least amongst most circles, deemed to be the most challenging and intimidating portion of the job search process. I think it’s because it’s the finale. It’s your last chance to prove why you’re the best person for the job, and, if you slip up, it probably means you’re going to have to start all over again someplace else.

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Laundry Room Ghost-Attack Rattles East Hall
ANDREW MALLARD
East Hall, like many of the buildings on campus, contains stories of the paranormal and ghostly figures. On April 8, Brittany Kurtz was in East’s basement washing her laundry, when the dryer she was loading suddenly slammed itself shut. This was the beginning of a very strange night for East, although not many witnessed the bizarre events.

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