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Documentary Photo Series Displayed in ACEN

A new gallery is on display in the Academic Center's first floor hallway, although its composition is more documentary than imagination. The exhibit includes 18 pictures of sex trafficking, brutality, and hardship existing in Cambodia. Professor Ejenobo Oke selected the exhibit from the work of Tim Matsui, a professional photo -journalist, who photographed the entire collection along with many other world stories that can be seen on his website.

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MU Stuents Break Boundaries, Validate Love
Charlaine Grosse If you entered on the Union last Feb 14th, you probably noticed that for some students on campus, Feb. 14 was not viewed as Valentine’s Day anymore, but as Validation Day. The Validating Love campaign was a photography display that featured images of kisses shared by same -set couples, as well as interracial couples, created by Whitnee Hidalgo and Kay Guyer, both seniors at Manchester University.

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RHA Hosts 'Late Night Lounge' at Oakwood
Heather Elson
Late Night Lounge, an open mic night, was hosted by RHA in Oakwood’s lounge on Thursday, February 7, 2013. This event allowed students to showcase their talents such as singing, rapping, playing instruments, dancing and reading slam poetry to a room filled with over 70 people. 
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Dance Marathon Held in Honor of BigJohny
David Lloyd
On a frigid Friday night in North Manchester, Manchester Activities Council (MAC) transported family and friends alike to a lovely luau dance marathon to honor the late Alina BigJohny, who died in the tragic Indiana State Fair stage collapse in 2011. 

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Students Study Modern Mind in London, Paris

Ariel Smith January Session is not something that all schools offer, but Manchester University is one of those few that does. This January Session was punctuated by tea and croissants for two professors as they took their students to England and France.

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Lady Spartans Advance to HCAC Tournament

Catherine Lange Manchester’s women’s basketball team had a strong season, and is moving on to the Heartland Collegiate Athletic Conference postseason tournament The team won its games Wednesday, February 13, and Saturday, February 16, against Anderson University and Earlham College, respectively. [Read More]

Wrestling Approaches Final Stretch of Season
Hannah Schutter Although wrestling is on its way out of the Olympics, Spartan wrestling is still in full swing. This past Tuesday's wrestling meet at Trine University in Angola resulted in four wins for the Manchester Spartans.

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