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Part-Time Profs Beyond the Classroom

By Emma McPhee – The Brunswickan (University of New Brunswick)

FREDERICTON (CUP) — Students know all too well the pinch of not having enough money, but for many of their professors this is also a familiar reality. 887 more words


Jason Walker's powerful porcelain sculptures

Jason Walker bases his thought-provoking ceramic works on his experiences bicycle touring, backpacking and daily hikes as he explores the widening gap between civilization and the naturel world.  167 more words


"Who is your fave faci from CMLI?"

When CMLI-ers went home from Baguio it’s not only the ‘pasalubongs’ that they brought home with us! They brought home stories, memories, and hangovers from the recent Children’s Museum and Library Inc. 897 more words


'A Native's Sun' Trailer

Been a while huh?

For the past few months The Scene DMV has been working on a short documentary featuring local DJ, DJ Native Sun. 26 more words


Bring Back Crash Bandicoot Campaign underway to get Crash back with Sony

A Campaign has recently come to my attention to bring back everybody’s favorite Orange Marsupial; Crash Bandicoot home to Sony Computer Entertainment.

The campaign which has been underway for quite some time now on Petition website Change.org is trying its very best to get Sony to acknowledge the demand by the PlayStation Nation to see lovable platforming icon; Crash Bandicoot back on a Sony Console with a new game. 502 more words


Senior Gymnast ~ Meagan Roberts

Senior Meagan Roberts is starting her fourth year on the HHS varsity gymnastics team. Roberts was on the JV gymnastics team in 8th grade and took classes at Skyline Gymnastics from head gymnastics Coach, Michael King. 298 more words


Culinary program hopeful for more support

By Riley Brady

In October, Callan Flowers, the current president of the Culinary Club and Mario Lacey, an instructional assistant to the third semester class, met with the Harbor Tides to discuss the food truck, how is it affecting the culinary program and the state of the culinary program in general. 638 more words

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