New stories from our community

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These stories were created in the fall of 2017. They come (mostly) from our community: Hamline University and the Midway-Como neighborhood in St. Paul, Minnesota. Advertisements

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Winter Too Soon: Where Hamline Students Find Peace Article and photos by: Phoebe McGowan   A small alcove almost hidden behind its border of trees, The Blue Garden sits to the right of… Continue reading

Soccer Stadium Will Bring Vibrant and Unique Culture to Hamline Midway

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By Jake Dujmovic: Are you ready for the change that is coming to the Hamline Midway area? Minnesota United’s new stadium, Allianz Field, the latest up and coming attraction in the area, is… Continue reading

New Stadium Means New Culture For Neighborhood Soccer Fans

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  Before you know it, the Hamline-Midway neighborhood is going to take on a whole new look. The Minnesota United Football Club announced the construction of Allianz Field on the 23rd of October… Continue reading

Kids with guns: Wisconsin governor’s controversial change to state hunting laws

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Take a trip to the icy, tundra-like woodlands that is Northern Wisconsin during Thanksgiving week, and you’d be likely to see many people dressed in neon orange and camouflage jackets. Rifle hunting season… Continue reading

Black Friday On Thanksgiving: A Capitalist Nightmare Or A Fun Family Tradition?

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Black Friday, also known as the day after Thanksgiving, has become almost as relevant as the holiday itself. Every year people get up from their tryptophan induced naps, put on their coats, and… Continue reading

The Difficulty of Working Campaigns In College

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Balancing school and a job is a struggle that many college students have to face.  Time management becomes a necessary skill.  This can create high stress for students.  Students who are Political Science… Continue reading

Metro Transit Making an Increase

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  Metro Transit Making an Increase “It is outrageous because I am paying a lot to go to school and this is just another thing I have to pay extra for,” complains Maddie… Continue reading

Government Says People Are Adults at Age 18, College Students Cry “No We Aren’t!”

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Written by Bree Carey “Are you an adult?” I ask Zoey England, first-year at Hamline University. She shakes her head fervently. “I’m like a level one adult where they took me and threw… Continue reading

Hamline Chews Away at Tobacco Use on Campus

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By Ryan Brauer When you walk through the Hamline University campus this time of year you’ll see students walking every which way bundled up trying to avoid the cold November wind. You’ll see… Continue reading

Hamline Receives Large Grant For Truth, Racial Healing and Justice Center; Can Money Heal?

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“As a student of color, (racial healing) needs to be implemented more and needs to be talked about more” says Emily Lincoln, sophomore at Hamline University regarding the topic of a racial truth… Continue reading