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Avery Thayer: Hanukkah Season Approaches

Finding Faith During the Holidays

As the holidays approach, it is a good time to recognize all of the different faiths on campus. Thanksgiving and Christmas are approaching, but so is Hanukah. At Spring Hill College, there are many students with varying faiths. According to Colle...

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Badgers for Justice

This week Campus Ministry hosted its Justice and Service week and it was filled with fun events.  The week started over the weekend, on the 16th with the Greenkeepers sorting recycling and martyrs were remembered during the 9 p.m. mass on the 17t...

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Phi Mu Crowns A New Lion King

Students gathered this past Thursday to watch seven of Spring Hill’s most personable men compete for the Lion King title at Phi Mu’s annual “Mangeant.”  This popular philanthropy event involves many of SHC’s student organizations and has always r...

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Congress Considers Hazing Legislation

Louisiana and Pennsylvania senators, Bill Cassidy and Bob Casey have come together to introduce a new bill that is believed to lead to an end to hazing on college campuses and the deaths and injuries that go along with it. Those behind the End All...

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Can You Graduate with 120 Credit Hours?

This year, The Bulletin of Information for the 2019-2020 academic school year changed the necessary hours to graduate from 128 to 120. However, this does not change the necessary liberal arts core classes and the degree core classes that need to b...

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