||MU Peace Studies Brings Drone to Campus
During the week of Sept. 24, an unusual object visited Manchester University’s
campus: a model drone; an aircraft controlled by computer, not a human pilot.
The peace studies program coordinated the model drone’s visit with the hope of
raising awareness about the United States’ use of drones. According to peace
studies coordinator Becca Creath, the model drone was intended to “spark a
conversation” about the use of drones domestically and internationally.
United Sexualities Hosts Pride Week, Gay Prom
Last week was Pride Week at Manchester University. This event, organized by the
United Sexualities club, gathers lots of people who were all led by the same
MU Banners Missing, Theft Suspected
Stationed around campus, light poles display photographs of students and the new
logo of Manchester University. stolen.
Midwest Paint Group Displayed in Gallery G
Art has an effect on everyone. For some, it can invoke sadness, or happiness.
Galleries of art offer much more of that effect.
WBKE Continues to Rock MU's Airwaves
Manchester University’s radio station, WBKE, started as a small noise that could
only be heard in the residence halls of North Manchester, but now it has its own
office in the Otho Winger Memorial Hall and broadcasts from around 6 p.m.
Men's Soccer Aims to Reach HCAC
Playing two games a week, the Manchester University men’s soccer team hopes to
enter the conference tournament. [Read More]
Volleyball Athletic Trainers Provide Support
Being a student athletic trainer for the women’s volleyball team is no easy
task; just ask Maureen Lund, a sophomore from Huntington. As one of the student
athletic trainers for these Spartan athletes, Lund has definitely become part of
'Top Hits' Lacks Passion of Obscure Artists
I open up my itunes (this is a daily action, music happens to be my drug), take glance over at the "top songs" list, and decide to take a listen to a few. First, Adele. Not my thing, but peole seem to enjoy her, so I'll take a rain check.
ACEN Stairwells A Treacherous Place for All
Using the stairways in the new Academic Center is comparable to the “stampede in
the gorge” scene from “The Lion King”: one misstep, and there is a good chance
you will get trampled.