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Op-ed: Upgrading laundry room is the key to water conservation

Op-ed: Upgrading laundry room is the key to water conservation

Students are annoyed after Residential Life turns to them to solve low water issues on campus.

Op-ed: Athletics needs stadium and ice rink

Op-ed: Athletics needs stadium and ice rink

Most athletic teams do not even have locker rooms

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

Op-ed: Opportunity knocking at the cafeteria door

Op-ed: Opportunity knocking at the cafeteria door

Is the cafe ready to increase the flow of people coming in?

Op-ed: Enforcing hallway expectations will improve living conditions for students

Op-ed: Enforcing hallway expectations will improve living conditions for students

Students should not have to pay for the negligence of others

Op-ed: The promise of a Coffee Shop on Campus has yet to be fulfilled

Op-ed: The promise of a Coffee Shop on Campus has yet to be fulfilled

In the fall of 2015, Card stood in front of the S.G.A. and answered that a coffee shop was in the works. It was only to be kept confidential in the S.G.A. body. The following spring, the news became public. Card had concrete plans for the project.

Op-ed: Students standing on shuttle causes safety stir

Op-ed: Students standing on shuttle causes safety stir

Students are frustrated with recently enforced shuttle rules.

Op-ed: Sodexo dining by no means perfect but on the right track

Op-ed: Sodexo dining by no means perfect but on the right track

With 1,315 students on a meal plan, not everyone can be satisfied

Opinion: The election is over, but this is not the end

Opinion: The election is over, but this is not the end

The nation has decided, but we will be okay.

Column: It’s now time to support our new president

Column: It’s now time to support our new president

Regardless of other opinions, it’s time to support our new president.

Music electives expand individuality

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