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Study-Abroad program ‘El Camino’ Concludes

Study-Abroad program ‘El Camino’ Concludes

This column profiles Sophomore Matthew Maher’s experience studying abroad.

Op-ed: Intramural Sports Relieve Stress in College

Op-ed: Intramural Sports Relieve Stress in College

With 87 percent of high school athletes not playing in college, intramural/club sports have an impact in the college community.

SGA creates new deadline for clubs

SGA creates new deadline for clubs

The SGA is forcing clubs to be more efficient.

Dramatic Effect to host “Pierce Factor”

Dramatic Effect to host “Pierce Factor”

Franklin Pierce’s version of fear factor comes to campus.

Sewage smell reeks up campus

Sewage smell reeks up campus

by Aaron Santini An extremely strong, foul odor was noticeable around the bubble on September 3rd. The odor was the result the combination of a routine check of the sewage pipes on campus and aeration of sewage sludge.”We aerate out the sludge every week,” said John Weir, who is second in command of maintenance. Weir also […]

Newsbrief: Turkey fires 4,000 officials, blocks Wikipedia from servers

Newsbrief: Turkey fires 4,000 officials, blocks Wikipedia from servers

The Turkish government fired around 4,000 people and blocked Wikipedia on their internet servers.

Newsbrief: War Crimes in Syria being investigated by the UN

Newsbrief: War Crimes in Syria being investigated by the UN

The UN is currently investigating the possibility of war crimes being committed in Syria.

Spanish Club breaks out Spanish bingo

Spanish Club breaks out Spanish bingo

Spanish club explored a new language learning method.

Student Government hosts second Active Shooter Workshop

Student Government hosts second Active Shooter Workshop

Franklin Pierce University hosted an active shooter event that helps students prepare for an attack that happens “at any time, anywhere.”

Newsbrief: Bin Laden’s son in law killed in US drone strike

Newsbrief: Bin Laden’s son in law killed in US drone strike

Al-Qaeda’s second in command killed in a US drone strike.

Music electives expand individuality

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