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Raising awareness about world AIDS day

Raising awareness about world AIDS day

“The goodie bags we had were given out so quickly that we are doubling the amount we order next year,” said Bailey Clapp.

New Library cafe will open January 19th

New Library cafe will open January 19th

The Library Cafe has been under construction for most of this semester as they turned the space into a renovated area for students.

Journalism students run “A Day in the Life”

Journalism students run “A Day in the Life”

Click here to access the “A Day in the Life” webpage.

Jazz Ensemble prepares for concert on December 5th

Jazz Ensemble prepares for concert on December 5th

Richard Page, the jazz ensemble instructor for 24 years here, is excited for the performance.

FPU Women’s Soccer team selected to NCAA Tournament, falls in first round

FPU Women’s Soccer team selected to NCAA Tournament, falls in first round

The FPU women’s soccer team was selected to the NCAA Tournament for the first time since 2010.

Franklin Pierce University flying higher than hate

Franklin Pierce University flying higher than hate

SGA makes video with University of Virginia about Charlottesville.

New website for Franklin Pierce television

New website for Franklin Pierce television

An assignment turned into something that can benefit FPTV for years to come.

Study-Abroad program ‘El Camino’ Concludes

Study-Abroad program ‘El Camino’ Concludes

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

Honors program presentation almost unattended

Honors program presentation almost unattended

Presentation only attracts eight

Column: Goodbyes are often the best learning experiences

Column: Goodbyes are often the best learning experiences

“For me, the hardest part about leaving is the fact that I live in California so I know that I will not be seeing 90 percent of the people I have met here at Franklin Pierce and Keene over the past four years.”

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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.