New stories from our community

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These stories were created in the fall of 2015. They come from our community: Hamline University and the Midway-Como neighborhood in St. Paul, Minnesota.

Who Is Actually In Charge?

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Slug: Who is actually in charge? Reporter: Donyae Graham Date: 11/22/15, 11/29/15, 12/1/15   Who is actually in charge?   For the past few years there has been a uproar of killings and… Continue reading

Resources for Commuters

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Slug: Commuters Reporter: Donyae Graham Date: 11/5/15, 11/12/15, 11/17/15 Resources for Commuters College can be divided into two types of students; those who live on campus and those who commute. And, according to… Continue reading

Unseen Ailments: Mental Health on Campus

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Reporter: Hannah Marie Hron Like many of my college-aged peers, I find that my desire to do well in school often comes into conflict with any mental health problems that arise. It’s not… Continue reading

20-year plan could bring changes to Hamline campus

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Long-term goals have driven Hamline’s vision for expansion in recent years. 5-year and 20-year plans have been written and discarded and now little is known of the future of Hamline’s campus. In 2008,… Continue reading

Should schools stop using homework? I say yes

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Homework has been the bane of schoolchildren for centuries. With recent advents in teaching has come a renewed discussion on homework and its usefulness. “Homework has been a hot topic for a number… Continue reading

AKA Where are They?

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Super strength, motorcycles, whiskey, and villains to fight – these are the ingredients for strong, brooding superhero. The twist? She is a strong, whiskey drinking, brooding superhero and her name is Jessica Jones.… Continue reading

Midway: More or Less United?

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St. Paul Midway will be forever changed as the Minnesota United FC Soccer Team announces their new home.   Projected for completion in 2018, Mayor Chris Coleman revealed the building of and sight… Continue reading

It’s on Hamline; preventing sexual assault on campus

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Hamline University participated last week in the national “It’s On Us” campaign, a campaign encouraging students to pledge to make a commitment to keeping men and women safe from sexual assault.   Hamline… Continue reading

Abortion: Why Pro-Life Doesn’t Equal Pro-Abortion

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Going to a conservative high school associated with the Wisconsin Evangelical Lutheran Senate, I was taught strong opinions against topics such as homosexuality, transgender issues, and abortion. these opinions, however, were taught to… Continue reading

Helping and Sustaining Our Hamline Enviornment

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Anderson Center, Hamline University’s latest building that opened in 2012, is not only known as the main student center, but is also known for its technological advances and how sustainable it is. With… Continue reading