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Leprechaun Thiefs Infest Oakwood
Chef to Open 'Cozy' Tea Room in Basement
Manchester Plants to Become a 'Yurt'niversity

Incoming Students Tattooed With MU Pride

Motorized Vehicles Banned from MU Next Fall

Implanted Microchip to Improve Student Life
Robotic Professors Appearing in Class Soon
New Grass on Campus Mall a Deadly Threat
Otho Winger Experience Plans Massive Tour
MU Implements 'Senior and Chef for a Week'
There's No Penguins in Alaska
 
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Track Plans Gump-esque Run to California

 

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Leprechaun Thiefs Infest Oakwood Hall



Since early March, leprechauns have been causing trouble for the residents of Oakwood hall. Reports have been piling up of missing socks, undergarments, and car keys, and officials have been discussing how best to deal with the unwelcome guests. Danielle Maher, a third-floor resident, returned from lunch to find that a shoe of her’s had gone missing. “Those pesky leprechauns stole one of my favorite shoes! I hope it turns up soon. The leprechaun clearly had been on my bed too: there were muddy footprints all over my covers and pillow cases.” Maher reported the incident to Joseph Myers, a Resident Assistant (RA) for the third floor.

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Chef to Open
'Cozy' Tea Room Basement

Heather Elson
At the April 1 Chartwells meeting, Chef Chris Fogerty announced his last day at Manchester will be May 19.



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Manchester Plans to Become a 'Yurt'niversity
Ariel Smith
  To continue Manchester’s efforts to “go green,” another new addition will be made to campus this summer.
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Incoming Students Tattooed With MU Pride
Kaitie Kemper
A Manchester University education is permanently etched on students’ characters and resumes, which has sparked the school’s progressive, trend-setting leaders to implement a new CORE requirement that literally brands its scholars.

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Motorized Vehicles Banned from MU Next Fall

Hannah Schutter Manchester University has decided to take the next step in making the campus eco-friendly: no motorized vehicles.
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Track Plans Gump-esque Run to California

Kate RosenbaumThe song and movie “Forrest Gump” have inspired Manchester University’s track team to go on a long run—but not toward a box of chocolates. [Read More]




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