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Carnival caps off Spring Fling Week

By Monique Talip With events that allowed students to see a hypnotist, a comedian and even an illusionist, the Activities Programming Board kept students busy on campus during Spring Fling Week. Although the weather did put a pause on Hump Day, it did not slow down the rest of the week. With the temperature being in the mid 60s on ...

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BSU holds event for HIV and AIDS awareness

By Dee Truss In honor of National Black HIV and AIDS Day, Aurora University’s Black Student Union partnered with Open-Door Clinic and the Wellness Center on Feb. 8 to host a panel in the University Banquet Hall with three guest speakers who are infected HIV and AIDS. The speakers on the panel shared their personal stories and gave the audience ...

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Spartan Spotlight

2.1.17. Aliyah Ferrell interviews with Bobby Cooks and Demiana Glenn. These two AU track stars give us an insight on how track has got them to where they are today.  

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Spartan Spotlight

11.18.2016 Justin Gibbons gives us his thoughts on his thought process going into the blocked kick and what that win means for the football team.

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Christian’s Comic Corner: DC Week

In this episode of Christian’s Comic Corner, Christian Hubbard recaps the most exciting comic news following The CW’s recent DC Week, including his own predictions about the highly anticipated Suicide Squad.

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A Blog About Blogging

By: Lisa Bajkowski Getting a class assignment that says, “Create a blog based on a topic of interest to you”, caused an immediate eye roll for me last semester. Why should I ramble about something that others might not even read? What could I possibly even write about? Would my writing even be good? However, after getting over the initial ...

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Phi Iota Alpha Fraternity Inc. Initiates 4 New Members

There’s nothing like spring. Blue skies, golden sun rays and red sunsets have begun blessing the Aurora University campus. Wait, they haven’t? I’m sorry, I must have mistaken that with the increase of red, navy blue and gold around campus. However, I am not talking about spring weather, I’m talking about the new members of Phi Iota Alpha Fraternity Inc! ...

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Communication is Key

Putting on a play can seem like a daunting task. There are so many details to think about, from actors to rehearsals, and props to music and costumes. The only way to keep it all together is through good communication. One of the staff members that helps make this possible is the stage manager. Rachel Downing, a theatre and media ...

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Stranger Than A Dream

This weekend the spring production “A Midsummer Night’s Dream” premiered. The popular Shakespeare play was turned on its head Saturday night. Directed by Ann Keen, it displayed a 1960’s style including dress and music. The main women leads, Hippolyta, Hermia and Helena wore their hair down with slight flips in their hair. The colors of the dresses that the women ...

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