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FrankenReads: A Frightfully Fun Event

By: Hunter M. Blevins     Looking for a frightfully fantastic time during Halloween week? Maybe a spectacularly spooky way to kill some time? Come join the Frankenreads happening on campus! The Global Frankenstein First Year Seminar class is hosting a reading of Mary Shelley’s timeless classic “Frankenstein” to celebrate its bicentennial.   Each day during the week of Halloween,

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FYS class introduces excitement with math

STEPHANIE TWEDT ’DOAH CONTRIBUTING WRITER Could math really be just addi- tion, subtraction, algebra, geometry, trigonometry or any other ‘try?’ No way! Thanks to the FYS class, “Games, Puzzles and More, the Universal Language of Numbers,” math is shown to have a fun side, too. In this class, students play fun games and listen to guest speakers in order to understand

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FYS class introduces excitement with math

Stephanie Twedt, ‘Doah Contributing Writer October 1, 2014 Could math really be just addition, subtraction, algebra, geometry, trigonometry or any other ‘try?’ No way! Thanks to the FYS class, “Games, Puzzles and More, the Universal Language of Numbers,” math is shown to have a fun side, too. In this class, students play fun games and listen to guest speakers in

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FYS class celebrates Ganesha Puja

Nichole Davila-Sanchez, ‘Doah Staff Writer October 1, 2014 On Sept. 24, FYS World Views of Art students, headed by Dr. Kiefer, celebrated Ganesha Puja. This ceremony is in honor of the Hindu God Ganesha on his day of his rebirth. According to Hindu belief, Ganesha is the son of Lord Shiva, one of the supreme gods, and his consort, the

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