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Public Safety Discusses Precaution Drills in Aftermath of Las Vegas Shooting

By: Faradh Ameen

On Oct. 1, 2017, the biggest mass shooting in U.S. history took place at an outdoor concert in Las Vegas, Nevada. Fifty-eight people died and 546 were injured. 298 more words

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Extending the Free Hugs Project

By : Helen Hutt

The impact Ken Nwadike, the free hugs guy, had at FM was a topic brought up for discussion at the Oct. 12, Student Senate Meeting. 258 more words

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Pumpkin Painting with Community Outreach

By : Catalina Lange

The Community Outreach Club has been hosting pumpkin painting throughout the October season at FM, charging children and students three dollars to paint a pumpkin. 173 more words

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Sport Spotlight: Catching up with Cross Country

By; Joe McQueen

The FM cross-country team finished in 13th place against 120 runners from 12 different colleges in the invitational on Oct. 7, which was hosted by Hamilton College. 241 more words

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M[odd]ified Life

 By: Ejerlin Reinoso

The Perrella Gallery welcomes a new display at FM. The display is called Mified Life by artist RJ Sturgess and opened Jan. 27. 285 more words

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There’s a New Enrollment at FM and its name is Ted

By: Imran Suhail 

FM held its first Ted Talk on Jan. 25, in Raiders Cove.

One hundred people attended the event to listen to six speakers from their community talk about innovation in healthcare, education and community building. 406 more words

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Transforming Ohio's Workforce

According to the Governor’s Office of Workforce Transformation, one of the most critical gaps we face as a state is the “substantial shortage of working-age adults with the degrees and credentials required to be successful in the labor market – in other words, a gap between employer expectations and worker capabilities.” 696 more words

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