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The Acorn - Vieux Loup

Whist many of us remain highly sceptical about any band calling off a hiatus, 2015 is proving to be something of bumper years for bands reuniting and not screwing it all up! 1,679 more words

Year of "The Acorn”

Cocaine snow on campus, mascot changes and a new degree in Trivia Crack studies; it has been a busy year here at Simpson College. Well, according to the satirical student publication, The Acorn, it has at least. 1,047 more words

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Big Beat: Check out 5 new music videos from Ottawa-area bands

Another hearty serving of new videos from Ottawa-area bands. Find out more about most of the bands by searching on Facebook or at bandcamp.com. 108 more words

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2015 Commencement by the Numbers

Yesterday graduates of the Class of 2015 received their degrees from Simpson College during Commencement ceremonies at Cowles Fieldhouse. Acorn reporters were on the scene to cover the momentous occasion with their superior brand of journalism but instead spent the majority of their time counting things out of boredom during the commencement festivities. 260 more words

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SAE In Crisis

In a drastic turn of events, members of the Iowa Sigma chapter of Sigma Alpha Epsilon (SAE) are nearing the point of starvation. Faced with the temporary absence of their chef (and dear friend) Sally; and confronted with the problem of rapidly dwindling supplies, SAE’s situation is looking grim. 178 more words

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Simpson Offers May Term Class on Novelty Squirrel Taxidermy

SIMPSON- After complaints about not having any interesting May Term courses, Simpson will be offering a class teaching students how to make novelty squirrel taxidermy. 179 more words

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Student Presenters Give Themselves Kylie Jenner Lips to Get Out of Symposium

With the Undergraduate Research Symposium rapidly approaching, student presenters are starting to feel rather panicked.

A scientific survey of student presenters was conducted by “The Acorn” to determine how presenters’ presentations were progressing. 210 more words

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