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The land of kilts, haggis (I tried it and liked it!), whiskey (tried it; one and done), lochs, mountains, castles and coos, bagpipes, driving on the left side of the road (did that too) Harry Potter, Highlander, James Bond, Doctor Who and a lot of gingers… Scotland! 73 more words

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Social media rapidly expands from previous decade

By Madison Fuson

The internet all the way up from the 90s has changed, there is no doubt about it. As time went on, our possibilities of which platform we stand on has ranged to endless. 330 more words

Q&A: 'Bagpiper' past editors reflect on their time on staff

By Allie Lincoln

Lea Downing: 2002

What year did you graduate and what was your position?

“I graduated in 2002 and was co-editor-in-chief with Angela Horn.” 3,718 more words

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Irving. Bagpiper.

Meet this Irving. He is a true Scotsman and a born musician. He adores his bagpipe🎵 and never part with it. Bells🔔 on his back pleasantly tinkle every time you take Irving in your hand.👐 10 more words

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Column: March Madness begins today

By JD McKay and Adam Hynes

After an eternity of NBA garbage and no football, we have finally made it to one of the best and most exciting months of sports. 676 more words

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Column: Spring sports hope to build on successful year

By JD McKay

Our winter sports season ended sadly on Saturday after losing to New Albany 51-45 at Seymour for the sectional championship. But the boys’ basketball team had an incredible year, beating Jeffersonville twice, going one and one against New Albany, and winning the Hoosier Hills Conference outright. 256 more words

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