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Home Life to Dorm Life

Written by Zack Silvas. Media by Ashley Chaney. With a majority of the student body living on campus, you have to ask the question of which is better: home life or dorm life? Now this question is more aimed towards freshman since it is their first year and probably the first time they have had an extended stay somewhere other than their home. So with that, I decided to ask two of my teammates on the footbal ...

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Ask the Artist: Brouhaha Music Festival Edition

Written by Zack Silvas. Media by Ashley Chaney. With many talented musicians here at GU, there was bound to be an event where student talent put to the test. That test came in the form of the Brouhaha Music Festival. The event was originally going to be held on Scott Field but was moved to the Blackroom due to weather. There were different acts like Said the Walrus, Sidequest, Highland, and Oversleeping. Th ...

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To the Dreamers: GU on the DACA Movement, Part 2

Written by Zack Silvas. Media by Ashley Chaney. March 5th was the original deadline for Congress to take any action to create a new policy on DACA before its official termination. It is clear to see that many things have changed in the last couple of months that have allowed DACA to stay for the foreseeable future. In order for our students to get involved with DACA and have an understanding of what it is,  ...

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The Feelings Experience

Written by Zack Silvas. Media by Ashley Chaney. From hearing students rehearse songs to shows being played, The Blackroom is always busy.  With something always going on at the Blackroom, I had to see a performance for myself. Last week, I had the pleasure of seeing Mandy Pennington’s honors thesis performance "Oh, to Feel Nothing." Pennington performed songs and poetry about human emotions that were inspir ...

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Meet the CRE: Mikey Ward

Written by Zack Silvas. Media by Ashley Chaney. Living in a dorm hall can be somewhat interesting at times. From the many people that come in and out to fire alarms going off about every other week. With 150 students that live in Joy and Janssen halls, you have to wonder who is in charge of all of them. Well, that honor is bestowed on Mikey Ward. Ward, who is a GU Alum, is currently the CRE for both Joy and ...

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To the Dreamers: GU on the DACA Movement

Written by Zack Silvas. Media by Ashley Chaney. Ever since its inception, DACA has been a light of hope for many undocumented immigrants, giving opportunities for individuals to have a better life. For those who do not know what DACA is, it stands for the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals. It allows undocumented immigrants who entered the United States before June 2007  and before their 16th birthday t ...

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Singin’ in the Theatre: A Preview of Company

Written by Zack Silvas. Media by Ashley Chaney. The Factory Theatre has hosted many good productions in the past. From Romeo and Juliet to The Last Five Years, it has always been a good mix of theatre productions. To add to the list, the Factory Theatre will be showing Company: A Musical from Feb 8-17. It revolves around Bobby, a character who is on the cusp of celebrating his 35th birthday. The difference ...

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How To Pass All Of Your Classes (Without Working Yourself Too Hard)

Written by Ashley Chaney. Media by Joey Clinton. The start of a new semester can be an exciting, yet intimidating, tightrope-walk for many students. From balancing the many assignments and exams to working a job, while also attempting to have a social life, it can be difficult to get back in the swing of things in order to succeed throughout the semester. In order for students to do well, it’s vital that th ...

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Adventures of Interterm 2018

Written by Zack Silvas. Media by Ashley Chaney. With Interterm coming to a close about two weeks ago, the number of different experiences that each student had were special in their own way.  From going on a cruise, taking a trip to Israel, to even an in-depth study of coffee, the possibilities were endless for the kind of class you could take. In order to get the inside view, I interviewed some students to ...

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