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Faculty Rock Band Blows Away Student Body
May Day Weekend Prepares Students For Exams
International Poetry Reading Crosses Borders
Bosk, Bushnell, Win Awards From CDPI
'Little Shop of Horrors' Technically Challenged, Still A Hit
 
ENTERTAINMENT

Fiber Art Invades Campus, Skein By Skein

Graduating Seniors Beat Depleted Job Market
 
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Faculty Rock Band Blows Away Student Body

Don’t stop believing in the Otho Winger Experience. Faculty, staff and students came together on Tuesday, May 3, to put on a rock concert convocation that rivaled the best bands of the century.

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NEWS

May Day Weekend Prepares Students For Exams
DUSTIN SCHUTTE
Filthy habits and rock'n'roll attitudes were hard to drop this past weekend as students fired-up for May Day.

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International Poetry Reading Crosses Borders
ANDREW MALLARD
The first Manchester “International Poetry Reading Event” was held on May 1, 2010, in the Wine Recital Hall, featuring both students and faculty reciting poetry in a variety of languages, including Amharic, Arabic, Bengali, French, German, Irish, Khmer, Luo, Nepali, Spanish, Swahili, Urdu, Vietnamese and Yoruba.

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Bosk, Bushnell, Win Awards From CDPI
BRIANA BASS
At the Career Development Professionals of Indiana (CDPI) spring conference on April 27, MC Director of Career Services Liz Bushnell and Assistant Director of Career Services and Counseling Services Andy Bosk were recognized for excellence in their field.

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'Little Shop of Horrors' Technically Challenged, Still A Hit
TIFFANY BERKEBILE
“It was awkward watching a grown man hump the floor,” said sophomore accounting major Felicia Fahey. What’s she talking about? A scene in “Little Shop of Horrors” involving a dentist in his laughing-gas-induced death throes, which apparently leaves him a little aroused.

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Fiber Art Invades Campus, Skein By Skein
BAILEY VORNDRAN
Stitch by stitch, crafty students are grabbing their knitting needles and casting on. Knitting and crocheting, two forms of fiber art, are growing trends on campus, from informal knitting groups to volunteer service projects to therapeutic stress relievers.

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Graduating Seniors Beat Depleted Job Market
JOSEPH STUART
Often times, the number one fear for recent college graduates is the ability to find a job. This year’s seniors at Manchester are no different as they prepare to enter what many people call “the real world.” Despite the difficult job market, however, many seniors have been able to find work already.

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