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Stay fluent in avoiding flu season

While fall means things like pumpkin spice lattes, colorful leaves and football season, it also brings about something people dread. Flu season.

As a college student, having the flu can be a big issue. 463 more words


Hacking for the greater good

Binghampton University is offering a $1000 prize to the person who is best at hacking nuclear software, Newswise reports.

The University’s eighth annual “Underhanded C” competition is encouraging entrants to hack into nuclear arms monitoring and verification technologies—not for nefarious purposes, but as a means of exposing vulnerabilities in nuclear software, and, by extension, reducing the threat of nuclear weapons. 588 more words


Senior Hetrick strikes

Senior Forward Betsy Hetrick’s performance for ONU’s Lady Tigers Soccer is getting a lot attention.

The National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics (NAIA) named senior forward for Olivet Nazarene University’s women’s soccer Women’s Soccer Division II offensive player of the week Aug. 234 more words


Celebration of a heritage, preserving tradition

It might have been a chilly and grey Tuesday afternoon, but on Sept. 29, the Warming House was alive with warmth, bright colors, and traditional Mexican food. 647 more words


Student petitions for the use of Birchard gym

The Perry Center is a great fitness center, but not a great weight room, according to junior Brent Luchene. With 203 signatures, Luchene is petitioning student development to allow students to use the fitness center in Birchard Gym. 344 more words


Ultimate Penguins throwing into a new season

The Black Penguins Ultimate Frisbee team began implementing major changes this year to meet and exceed the heightened competition of other Division 3 (D3) colleges. 532 more words


Broadway Revue: 'The Stages of Life'

In Larsen Fine Arts Center, one ensemble rehearses late into the evening. Every student present works hard to learn music, memorize choreography and synchronize the two together. 529 more words