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Butterfly Hill Shares Tree-Hugging Experiences
Henney Lecturer Spotlights Ethical Decisions
 
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Softball Surges For Conference Tournament
Baseball Team Gears Up For Late Season Push
 
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Butterfly Hill Shares Tree-Hugging Experiences


After suffering a severe car accident in 1996, Julia Butterfly Hill underwent nearly a year of medical treatments to reassess her life priorities. Two weeks after being cleared by her doctors, she went on a road trip with friends to California.

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NEWS

Henney Lecturer Spotlights Ethical Decisions
ANDREW MALLARD
This year, the annual Harry H. Henney ‘35 Lectureship in Science, Education, and Business hosted Dr. Carolyn Woo, the Martin J. Gillen Dean of the Mendoza College of Business at the University of Notre Dame.



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SPORTS

Softball Surges For Conference Tournament
DUSTIN SCHUTTE
With the end of the season quickly approaching, the Lady Spartans softball squad is valiantly bidding for a top four finish in the Heartland Collegiate Athletic Conference (HCAC) and a chance to play in the conference tournament in May.


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Baseball Team Gears Up For Late Season Push
JOSEPH STUART
The Manchester College baseball team looks to build on its success as it enters the season’s second half. The team finished last weekend winning two out of three games from conference rival Mt. St. Joseph’s College in Cincinnati. Their series win improves their record to 14-14 and 6-5 in the HCAC.

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ENTERTAINMENT

Student Cycles 135 Miles For Charity
BAILEY VORNDRAN
While many students from MC were either lying in the sun tanning themselves or sleeping late during Spring Break, first-year student Turner Ritchie decided to bike 600 miles in nine days.

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OPINIONS

Future of SGA Debated At Student Forum
KATHERINE HERRINGTON
A student forum was held on April 15 to debate the hot topic of disbanding the Manchester College Student Government Association (SGA), drawing concerned students from nearly every organization on campus.

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