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Music cures

Concert to benefit professor diagnosed with leukemia

By Elaine Gerou
Managing Editor

Schoolcraft Choral Director, Dr. Jonathan Drake, a beloved member of the Schoolcraft community and father of two teenage girls, was recently diagnosed with leukemia in early February. 453 more words

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UF students work to change school's definition of consent

“We want to change the course of dialogue, to get people involved in talking about being against victim blaming and slut shaming and being aware that consent is ultimately key and more important than anything,”  says Jaclyn Vena, a University of Florida English senior. 768 more words


NSU adopts LiveSafe app

Norfolk State University has adopted use of the LiveSafe app, which enables users to connect directly with NSU police via GPS on their mobile device.  Spartan Echo TV reporter Jordan Sims explains.


I chose Brockport for the Honors College, but I stayed for the people I met.

Spencer Linsner—In March 2013, when I was in the middle of my decision-making process, I had one big thing on my mind: Money. I was certain that I didn’t want to have to worry about debt when I finished, so I wanted to make sure the school I picked was the best value. 206 more words


Late Night Snack: Let's get your summer started!

This week Richard T. Fields discusses how to start your summer off right!

Tweet your questions and advice for college students @richardtfields in order to have your topics covered in our final show!


First Ever School Carnival Called Off

Carnival cancelled due to liability issues

Vrunda Shah
Staff Writer

American High School originally planned to host a carnival on April 3, 2015, but due to liability concerns, ASB was forced to call off the event. 457 more words

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An Idyllic Spring Morning in Syracuse

By Rohan:

It’s a gorgeous spring day in Syracuse. The campus lawns radiate a vivid shade of green, illustrating the color that the Emerald City is known for. 373 more words