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MUIA Warms Hearts at Valentines Day Dance

With cameras flashing and students dressed to the nines, it looked as though the Grammys had made a reappearance in North Manchester Friday night. . Instead, it was’s Manchester University International Association’s “Love is a Universal Language” Valentine’s Day dance. Similar to United Sexualities’ “Validating Love” campaign on Valentine’s Day, MUIA hosted a formal dance recognizing and celebrating love- no matter the language.

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Students Travel Through Time at Organ VIA
Hannah Schutter The VIA held on Feb. 19 took audience members through the life and time of Johann Sebastian Bach. Entitled “Bach and Sons,” the organ performance put Dr. Jeannine Jordan was not a typical concert.

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Students Travel to Indy, Protest Rising Tuition
David Lloyd
What are you doing to make your voice heard about tuition hikes? As education costs rise again for the upcoming school year, students tend to notice the increasing price and compare it to the lower costs of public schools...
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Initiative Encourages Campus to 'Go Green'
Caleb Noffsinger
Would you believe it if Manchester University is very actively “green” and many of the things that happen on campus are affected by a mission to “go green”? It’s true, courtesy of The Green Campus Initiative.

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New Photo Series Sparks Opinions in ACEN

Ariel Smith As students walk through the second floor halls of the new Academic Center, they see more than just classrooms and other students.

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Softball Looks Forward to Upcoming Season

Kari CottingimManchester's softball team is preparing for the upcoming season with conditioning, team bonding and a spring break tournament in Florida. [Read More]

Baseball Awaits First Games in Myrtle Beach
Jacob Ray By the middle of next week, all Manchester University baseball players will be sporting a nice new tan, because they’ll just be returning from Myrtle Beach.

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