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Coffeehouse Poetry Slam at the Hub Featuring Melissa Lozada-Oliva April 13, 2018 7-9pm

 April is National Poetry Month.  There are several opportunities in the area during the month of April to try your hand at being a Bard.  This is one of them another, is the 9th Annual Wordsmiths Toastmasters Poetry Contest on April 23rd at Hamline University’s Giddens Learning Center room 106-W.  496 more words

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New Career, New Headshots

Did you know that an average person changes their career at least 6 times? Never mind changing your major in college. Change is a natural part of personal growth and transformation – let’s welcome it! 79 more words

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Hamline Hockey Shares New Home With Wild

ST. PAUL, Minn. (WCCO) — When Hamline athletic director Jason Verdugo looks out at what’s unfolded before him, he can’t help but think back three years to when he was in a very similar position. 268 more words

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Leaving the Past to Focus on the Future [Profile]

This is a profile article by Corey Jolma.

Following your dreams can sometimes involve taking gigantic risks and leaving everything behind to start a whole new journey. 526 more words

Major Exploration Night-English Department [Article]

This is an article by Emma Larson.

The beginning of the year is an exciting time for students of all ages, but for the incoming freshmen it comes with a lot of opportunities. 539 more words

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Oct. 16: Making Sense of the Violence in Las Vegas

Prof. James Densley of Metropolitan State University, along with forensic psychologist Jillian Peterson of  Hamline University will host an in-depth discussion of mass shootings, why they happen, and what we can do about them. 32 more words

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The Bus at Night [Poem]

This is a poem by Payton Mansfield. 

The​​ ​​stench​​ ​​of​​ ​​old​​ ​​cigarettes​​ ​​follows​​ ​​him​​ ​​to​​ ​​his​​ ​​seat

where hangs his head to avoid the stare… 100 more words

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