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Jazz Ensemble Spring Concert

From Staff Reports Comprised of students, community members, and alumnus, Lenoir-Rhyne University’s Jazz Ensemble will perform their Spring Concert, free and open to the public, onTuesday, May 6 at 7:30 p.m. in PE Monroe Auditorium. The group will present their spring concert of standard and contemporary works for big band, with individual selections as follows:…

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Campus-wide party this weekend

Gatsby takes over Red Carpet Event By Casey Marlin   Gatsby, the famous character from F. Scott Fitzgerald’s novel, is known for throwing the most extravagant, exciting parties. This year’s Red Carpet Event hopes to follow in those footsteps. “I wanted to pick a theme that is classy and elegant,” said Stephen Amoah, head organizer…

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Burned Popcorn – Round Three

By: David Bradham, Jr. Lights and Sirens came roaring again and firefighters storm Isenhour dorm only to be greeted by the aroma of burned popcorn last night. Once again, it appears that an anonymous Isenhour resident has left their popcorn in the microwave for just a bit too long. A to remain nameless Resident commented:…

Leah Watts during the final swim meet of the year

LR swimming sets new records in final competition of year

By: Ned Kaish The Lenoir-Rhyne University swim team ended the year on a more than a few high notes at the Bluegrass Mountain Conference Championships. The team broke several school records and the women’s team finished in the top 10. Sophomore Leah Watts had a fantastic weekend breaking three individual school records to go along…

Lara Crumpton shows how to effectively cough/sneeze into the arm. Photo Credit: Anna Harris

Fighting the flu season

By: Anna Harris              Flu season is a time of year that every student dreads. It is a time of stuffy noses, headaches, fever and fatigue. It is important for college students to keep the body healthy in order to make it to classes and practices.             To prevent getting sick…

Freshmen Morgan Cooper and Dahquan Pauling spend their Friday afternoon talking and laughing outside on the Morgan Hall patio.

Photo by: Jazmine Charles

Valentine’s Day causes bigger problems than broken hearts

By: Jazmine Charles Depression can occur during any time of the year; however those who feel lonely or unloved may see this problem arouse near Valentine’s Day. Every year people go out and celebrate this ‘love-induced’ holiday. However, there are many people, especially young adults, who are vulnerable to being victims in extreme cases of…