Oak Leaves HomeAbout UsStaffArchivesContact Us
 
NEWS
Ghost in the machine: Science Center ghost haunts elevator
Dave McFadden, destined to be bald
Mastodon fossil discovered beneath Gratz Field
Manchester College enacts new dress code
Squirrel chasing addiction brings MC student to financial ruin
Splish, Splash Spartans
Campus cat frequents classes, gets belly scratched
Li'l Sibs weekend
 
SPORTS
Coach Stan takes job at Taylor University
Manchester's Koziel gets drafted by Heat
The missing link: Smith set to take IU job
MC students get pumped with new PERC upgrade
 
ENTERTAINMENT
New Extended Play program-gamers rejoice
The Otho Winger Experience
Evil by Design: Butler University's Dr. Mix to present age-old portrayal of the femme fatale
Outdoors in Indiana: Turkey Run State Park
 
OPINIONS
 
 
D’Souza leads controversial convocation

Dinesh D'Souza spoke at convocation on Monday, March 24, about several controversial issues that ranged from problems with our government to foreign policy.  D'Souza is a conservative writer who is noted by Investor Business Daily as one of the top young policy makers in the country.
[Read More]
NEWS

Preparing for the real world
ALY HESS Attend class.Read. Study. Cram. Test. Repeat. Students in college are familiar with all, or most, of these tactics that are carried out week after week to ensure that graduation day hands them a diploma. [Read More]

Habitat for Humanity takes trip to Kentucky
ALEX HALL Every year, Manchester College’s chapter of Habitat for Humanity travels over Spring Break on a volunteer trip.  Students attending the trip included Emily Ballinger, Tiffany Berkebile, Allison Gallahan, Whitney Gray, Alex Hall, Melissa Shoufler, and Jeremy Stackhouse, along with two adult guides Brad Yoder and Joy Groninger [Read More]

Compassion, Change and College: Feature on Drema Drudge
LAURA MCSPADDEN Drema Drudge, a senior at MC an so-callled "non-traditional" student, is an exceptional woman. [Read More]



 

 

SPORTS

Women’s basketball team falls in first round of National Tournament
ADAM KING The Manchester College women’s basketball team made it into the Division III national tournament for the third consecutive season but failed to advance past the first round. [Read More]

Optimistic outlook for MC men’s tennis team
JUSTINE CIBOCH The sun is starting to stay out longer,
the skies are bluer and the chill in the air doesn’t have the same bite that it used to. This can only mean one thing; spring is in the air and the MC men’s tennis team is thrilled about being able to play outside again.

ENTERTAINMENT

“Neighbor Tarkington” to be performed at MC on April 9
ALLY O'NEIL Manchester College will soon help to celebrate the community library’s
100th anniversary, but only the students will receive VIA credit. On April 9, Professor Scott Strode will perform the one-man play “Neighbor Tarkington” in the Wine Recital Hall.



OPINIONS

Gym space is an issue for MC athletes
LOGAN SMITH Manchester College offers many great facilities for its student athletes,
but the lack of gym space for
these athletes to compete in, particularly
during the transfer from winter to spring sports has been a debated
topic among many of these athletes.