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Feature: Devastating diagnosis brings summer to a halt

Feature: Devastating diagnosis brings summer to a halt

Laura Davert refused to let her hopes plummet after cancer diagnosis

Feature: Spring break trip turns heartbreaking with news from home

Feature: Spring break trip turns heartbreaking with news from home

One student’s spring break trip takes a heartbreaking turn.

Feature: Student battles with sickness

Feature: Student battles with sickness

A 19 year old college student struggled with a sickness that baffled doctors for more than two months.

Celebration of a life: Breana Coleman

Celebration of a life: Breana Coleman

An aspiring artist creates a permanent piece

In-depth: Why lecture courses aren’t actually helping students learn

In-depth: Why lecture courses aren’t actually helping students learn

Lecture courses supply the information, but that doesn’t mean it’s being retained.

Column: One student’s struggle in a nonexistent major

Column: One student’s struggle in a nonexistent major

One determined student’s struggle in a major that is no longer recognized at Franklin Pierce.

Op-ed: A decline in the arts at a liberal arts University

Op-ed: A decline in the arts at a liberal arts University

Franklin Pierce University is a liberal arts school without the liberal arts

FPU Thoreau Gallery presents “Breaking New Ground”

FPU Thoreau Gallery presents “Breaking New Ground”

Thoreau Gallery presents its second exhibit of spring semester including non toxic prints

Column: FPU student brings improvements to Allergen Program

Column: FPU student brings improvements to Allergen Program

FPU is only school out of nine to ensure safety of student with food allergies

Frank S. DiPietro Library will be home to the new honors lounge

Frank S. DiPietro Library will be home to the new honors lounge

An Honors lounge for Franklin Pierce students is being constructed in the lower level of the library.

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Music electives expand individuality

“We could find a role for anybody, even if someone is just playing cow bells,” said Bunk.