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MU Students Return to Camp Mack

Students made their annual trek to Camp Mack for a day of service projects, canoe races, a euchre tournament and more, on Sunday, Sept. 23. Hosted by Manchester’s Religious Life program, the day presented an opportunity to enjoy the Church-of-the-Brethren-owned camp about an hour from the campus while participating in helpful and lively activities. 

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MAC Presents 'That's My Boy' in Cordier
Heather Elson A Mac event is always filled with new experiences, but when rain occurs the unexpected happens. On Friday, Sept. 14, MAC presented the film "That's My Boy!" staring Adam Sandler and Andy Samberg.
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Students Recognize Peace Day on Sept. 21
Caleb NoffsingerStudents gathered this past Friday outside Petersime Chapel to pray for peace. For students it was a way to connect to the global community and join the world in a day of prayer.

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Co-Founder of Vera Bradley Speaks at VIA
Hannah Schutter What started between two hardworking women in a Fort Wayne basement has blossomed into one ridiculously successful purse and gift company that has even gone international.
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'Think Fast' Brings Game Show Fun to MU

Lauran Gady Walking backstage and chatting with the clean-up crew workers as he went, Alex Winer, facilitator of the Think Fast game show held in Cordier, smiled with a glistening face after hosting the sparkling MAC event. 
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MU Spartans Football Looks to 'Keep Choppin'

Kyle Lahman
Manchester’s streak of agonizing football losses continued last Saturday. After a valiant second-half comeback, the visiting Spartans fell to Rose-Hulman 26-28
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Cross Country Teams Aim to Reach Nationals
Devin Clark
Even with a few runners being injured, Manchester’s Cross Country team is still a team with legs.  The team’s last meet was held at Indiana “Little State,” where they kept their previous ranking of 3rd in the region and also 34th in the nation.
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Young Adults Need to Vote This Year
Jacob Ray
Political discussions are like a bad joke. One person says: “I can’t believe the amount of taxes we have to pay these days on (insert noun), if it weren’t for that darn (insert current president), we’d be just fine and dandy.” You ponder this statement, and innocently ask, “Who are you voting for in November, then?”
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