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Works in Progress Campaign strives to expand at JCU

Ann Walsh, Staff Reporter

November 14, 2019

“The idea is that we are all works in progress,” said Jamie Greenwolf, coordinator of Student Wellness for the Office of Health Promotion and Wellness.  Two years ago, Greenwolf teamed up with two students to create the Works in P...

New Alcohol Service and Animal Policies effective as of Oct. 31

Olivia Shackleton, Campus Editor

November 14, 2019

An Inside JCU email sent on Nov. 4 alerted students, faculty and staff of two new University administrative policies, one dealing with serving alcohol on University property or University events, and the other dealing with hav...

Catching up with Campus: Is self-plagiarism wrong?

Olivia Shackleton, Campus Editor

November 14, 2019

Tuesday nights in the newsroom often lead to contentious debates, such as whether Simon & Garfunkel’s song is entitled the “Sound of Silence” or the “Sounds of Silence.” Amidst these heated debates, I heard a term...

Bickart featured in Cairo Geniza film

Kathryn Mattimoe and Staff Reporter

November 14, 2019

“College is a time where there will never again be as much intellectual stimulation. This is a great way to learn about something very few people probably really know about,” said Noah Bickart in reference to the film “F...

Catching up with Campus: Sksksk and I oop

Megan Grantham, Campus Editor

October 17, 2019

“I know VSCO is just an app and you can’t actually be, like, a VSCO person,” said 15-year-old Emma Marie in her July YouTube video titled “The Ultimate VSCO Sleepover.”        “It just became a thing.”  ...

THINKfest fosters creativity

Jonathan Shackleton, The Carroll News

October 17, 2019

More than 300 high school students gathered in the LSC Conference Room on Oct. 7 and 8 to attend THINKfest, an event that offers students an interactive way to learn about entrepreneurship. THINKfest challenged students’ creativi...

Art as Activism: Shooting Without Bullets

Josie Schuman, Op/Ed Editor

October 17, 2019

On Nov. 24, 2014, Officer Timothy Loehmann shot and killed 12-year-old Tamir Rice, who was playing with an Airsoft gun in a Cleveland park. After receiving a 911 call about an African American boy waving around a gun, police a...

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