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FPU grads among 5 panelists

FPU grads among 5 panelists

C&S Grocers offers advice to students looking for jobs.

Beer goggle obstacle ourse held in granite parking Lot

Beer goggle obstacle ourse held in granite parking Lot

“We’ll all be driving eventually at one point in our lives, so we need to be prepared for the worse.”

RavensFitClub gets in shape during Spring Semester

RavensFitClub gets in shape during Spring Semester

“The reason why it started was because RavensFitClub was one of the many ways that I knew I could give people the opportunity to see what I could teach them through fitness. Ultimately for them to see the power within themselves ,” said Fabiola Garcon, creator of RavensFitClub.

Spanish Club breaks out Spanish bingo

Spanish Club breaks out Spanish bingo

Spanish club explored a new language learning method.

One last show for the last eight remnants of two fallen majors

One last show for the last eight remnants of two fallen majors

One last show.

First spring like day draws Sun Fest to Franklin Pierce

First spring like day draws Sun Fest to Franklin Pierce

Sun Fest event held on a beautiful day on campus

Raven Thunder is trying to motivate students for open house.

Raven Thunder is trying to motivate students for open house.

Raven Thunder dance team wants students to dance for a flash mob event.

Only two in attendance for APA seminar

Only two in attendance for APA seminar

Alan Shulte and Molly Badrawy gave a seminar on writing in APA format expecting to see at least five or six people but were shocked when only two showed.

Cholesterol could be killing us

Cholesterol could be killing us

Robert A. Maue Ph. D spoke to students and faculty in Spagnuolo Hall about effects of cholesterol.

Operation: Can Tab pops off at Franklin Pierce

Operation: Can Tab pops off at Franklin Pierce

Collection of can tabs leads to campus wide efforts

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Exotic animals take over FPU

“It’s not every day you get to see a goat,” said senior Colleen Kelly.