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MU Halls Welcome Community on Halloween
Chamber Singers, Cantabile Serenade Campus
Writer Tells Personal Journey of Faith at VIA

Black Student Union's Expressions

MSO Focuses on Storytelling at Family Concert

Faculty Begin 'Culturally Relevant Film' Series
 
 
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Switzer Reflects on Former Umpire Days
College Players Should Stay in School
MU Volleyball Season Ends, High Hopes for Next Season
Spartan Football Keeps Winning Streak Alive
MU Wrestling Sets Several Goals for Season

 

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ECR Educates Youth in Conflict Resolution

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iDance Party Prepares for Ft. Wayne Ballet
MU Halls Welcome Community on Halloween

Super heroes, ballerinas, and other frightening creatures roamed the residence halls of Manchester University this past Wednesday night in celebration of Halloween. The annual All-Hall Trick or Treat allows kids of all ages to wander the hallways to gather candy and participate in free activities in the hall lounges. Many of these activities included pumpkin painting, carnival games, costume contests and cookie decorating. All activities were put on by MU students.


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NEWS

Chamber Singers, Cantabile Serenade Campus
Brock Ireland
If you weren’t at the Chamber Singers and Cantabile Concert on Sunday, Oct. 28, then you missed out on a musical experience worth attending.

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Writer Tells Personal Journey of Faith at VIA
Amber Leavell Christian suspense author Michael Dellosso impressed upon the crowd at the VIA convocation Oct. 29 the importance of remembering faith in times of need.

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Black Student Union's 'Expressions' Display Student Skill, Emotion
Jacob Ray
Many students displayed passionate talents at the Black Student Union’s bi-annual Expressions event on Oct. 30. Done in an open-mike fashion with no set schedule, Expressions is a night full of emotions, both happy and sad.

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MSO Focuses on Storytelling at Family Concert

David Lloyd
In front of a packed Cordier Auditorium Sunday afternoon, Manchester University welcomed back the Manchester Symphony Orchestra for their 3rd Annual Family Concert.


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SPORTS

Switzer Reflects on His former Umpire Days

Kyle LahmanSuper heroes, ballerinas, and other frightening creatures roamed the residence halls of Manchester University this past Wednesday night in celebration of Halloween.




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Opinion: College Players should stay in School
Matt Harter As many college basketball players across the country begin their first season of college ball, they realize the season might also be their last. It seems like after every season, more and more college players exchange their jerseys for professional threads. Who can blame them?
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ENTERTAINMENT

iDance Party Prepares for Ft. Wayne Ballet
Joseph Myers      You’ve seen the name ‘iDance Party’ on t-shirts, in emails and you may have even seen their performance at the International Fair last spring.  This month you will be seeing the name on fliers around campus as iDance Party prepares to bring the
Ft. Wayne Ballet Company to perform for the Manchester community on Nov. 15.
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Coffee is Best Friend in the Morning
Kari Cottingim
Mornings and I don’t get along well. After a battle with my alarm clock, I slowly get up and get on with my morning. Just because I am awake does not that mean I'm ready to concentrate through a day of classes, so I turn to my favorite morning beverage, coffee. 
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