New stories from our community

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These stories were created in the fall of 2016. They come from our community: Hamline University and the Midway-Como neighborhood in St. Paul, Minnesota. Advertisements

Not-so-average Joe forges win for iron mining district in most expensive U.S. House race

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Issue Date: 11/9/2016 Crisp morning air tightening his breath, the crunch of frosted grass beneath his boots, the 30-year-old Crosby, Minn. native scans the thick wood of the Cuyuna Iron Range from his… Continue reading

Opinion on Taxes Differ Amongst Generations This Presidential Election Season

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It’s Friday afternoon in St. Louis Park and the feeling of anticipation is wafting through the air at the local Costco superstore…its payday. One after another the employees clock out with massive smiles… Continue reading

Early Point Production by Staal Has Made Blatant Misuse of Vanek Easier to Forget

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The cool October wind hitting my face leaving the Excel energy center after a comeback win for the Minnesota Wild was as refreshing as what transpired on the ice that night (10/20/16). Two… Continue reading

Adderall Abundance Unsafe On College Campuses

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The stresses of everyday life pile up quickly on a college student during finals week. With so much pressure to get a good grade on the exam, it can be difficult to remain… Continue reading

The Burden of Student Debt Under the Trump Presidency

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Jordan Buck didn’t have to wait long for his name to be called. Lined up among his anxious classmates on the Hamline campus, the commencement ceremony was underway. When Buck’s name was called,… Continue reading

Are we overreacting to change in tuition?

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Reporter: Elise Christianson We all received the email from the Provost on the change in tuition prices, J-term and credit caps. This email has sparked a lot of controversy among students, mainly over… Continue reading

College students have mixed opinions on Hillary Clinton’s free tuition plan

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By Makayla Durand The snow roars and knocks against Sarah Doran’s University of Manitoba windows. She sits in her small, Canadian dorm room, cuddling her plush blankets and listening to her favorite opera… Continue reading

The ridiculous ritual of shopping before the pumpkin pie’s been served

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By Makayla Durand Thanksgiving is a holiday where you drive over to your parent’s house and bring a hearty salad to share, squabble about politics arounds the dinner table, snap a wishbone in… Continue reading

Leo’s Corner lacking for Hamline Students

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Leo’s Corner, more commonly dubbed the C-Store is the closest option for snagging groceries, snacks, and lunch on Hamline’s campus; so it’s often full of students, but how much do its patrons really like the store?

Hamline campus after the election: How Bernie Sanders once unified the students

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Just before the caucus, Hamline campus was colorful with blue Bernie Sanders flyers plastered on every door, campaigners stationed at every table in Anderson, and proudly displayed posters in dorm windows. It was… Continue reading