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Public Safety Cracking Down on Driving Violations

This semester, public safety officers are carefully watching for student traffic violations and enforcing state citations if needed. Spring Hill College’s Chief of Police Kevin Anderson said state citations can be written for offenses such as run...

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The Flu Breaks Out on the Hill Once Again

This semester students have had to deal with a substantial flu outbreak on top of school and extracurriculars. Influenza, commonly known as “the flu”, is a contagious respiratory illness caused by influenza viruses that infect the nose, throat an...

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FAFSA Priority Deadline Approaching

The March 1 priority deadline for FAFSA (Free Application for Federal Student Aid) is quickly approaching. Assistant Director of Financial Aid Britney Finley gave more insight, tips on scholarship opportunities, and explanation behind the complica...

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Seniors Discuss End of Year Celebrations

After student backlash occurred regarding Public Safety's crack-down of parties held at the Fairway Apartments, the Student Government Association held an open dialogue event where on-campus living seniors were able to participate in a discus...

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SHC Welcomes Kappa Alpha Psi to Campus

Greek life at Spring Hill College has consistently been an important part of the social scene and is about to grow with one new addition named Kappa Alpha Psi. The new organization coming to the hill is, historically, a predominately African-Ameri...

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