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'Junior Doctor' Performs at WBKE Chet Fest
Manchester is Blessed by Utter 'Nunsense'
RHA 'Battle of the Buildings' Rocks Campus

Manchester Unites in 'Seven Days of Solidarity'

Students Reclaim Campus through Vigil

Stories Shared through 'Project Unbreakable'
Was 'Seven Days' an Effective Event
'Seven Days' Supporters Respond to Opinion
 
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Spartan Softball Clinches First HCAC Title
Baseball Wins HCAC Regular Season Title
Track and Field Places Fourth

 

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Students Present Research at Symposium

Student Senate Still a Presence on Campus
 
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'Junior Doctor' Performs at WBKE Chet Fest

Manchester University’s radio station, WBKE, held its annual Chet Fest on Saturday, April 20, featuring Junior Doctor and a few guest acts by Manchester students, including the winner of The Battle Of The Bands as the main support for the headliners. The festival, which was began by the culmination of Peace Week with other concerts, including Mutual Kumquat, was a continuation of sorts from the Battle Of The Bands held on Friday night in Wampler. The festival, which was began by the culmination of Peace Week with other concerts, including Mutual Kumquat, was a continuation of sorts from the Battle Of The Bands held on Friday night in Wampler. WBKE, which is run by students, had high expectations to live up to following last year’s festival, which featured bounce houses, various forms of competitions, and free food prior to the concert featuring The Knux, the band that had recently appeared on David Letterman with their innovative fusion of hip-hop and rock style, which helped create a large lively crowd last year on the mall. This year’s Chet Fest failed to have quite the same turnout, despite the talent on display.



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Manchester University is Blessed by Utter 'Nunsense'
Caleb Noffsinger
If you were not able to get out last weekend to see the musical Nunsense, than you missed out on debatably the most daring and outrageous stage this year.





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RHA 'Battle of the Buildings' Rocks Campus
Hannah Schutter
Promoting Residence Hall Association’s (RHA) motto, “Hall pride, Campus unity,” the organization decided to put on a new event for Manchester students entitled Battle of the Buildings.
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Students Reclaim through Vigil
Kari Cottingim
Beneath the light of a full moon on Thursday, Apr. 25, some 100 students, faculty, and friends gathered to support survivors of sexual assault in response to the assault that stirred the campus the previous week.

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Manchester Unites in 'Seven Days of Solidarity'

Kate Rosenbaum Seven Days of Solidarity was created as a way for Manchester University’s campus to come together as a solid unit, introducing Speak Culture and attempting to stop Rape Culture.

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Spartan Softball Clinches First HCAC Title

Catherine LangeThe Manchester softball team has been accumulating game delays due to the recent rainy weather. Conference games that had been rescheduled for this past week were rescheduled again for the weekend. [Read More]

Baseball Wins HCAC Regular Season Title
Matt Harter On March 11, the Manchester University Spartan baseball team broke into the NCAA Division III Top 25 poll and they haven’t left since. The Spartans made it as high as ninth place in the national rankings on April 15.

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