News Briefs – Vol 52 Issue 2

Farming of the Future: Feeding Everyone in the 21st Century The Global Affairs Center will host an event titled “Farming of the Future: Feeding Everyone in the 21st Century.” The audience will discuss everyday images of agriculture, impact of rising […]

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News Briefs – Vol 52 Issue 1

Presidential Debate Screening The second presidential debate will happen this Sunday, Oct. 9. It will be moderated by CNN’s Anderson Cooper and ABC’s Martha Raddatz. The IDS 101 – Road To The White House class is going to host a […]

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2016-2017 budget cuts and increases

By Aaron Berry The mini-grant pool is set to nearly double next year, while the Multicultural Center’s budget will be cut by nearly one-third, according to the recently released student services and activities (SS&A) budget proposal. The budget was written […]

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Student tech fee unsustainable

By Gregor Elgee The student tech fee reserve is projected to reach a negative balance by the year 2026 based on equipment replacement costs and tech fee revenue estimates made by Director of Technology Support Services, Gary Kalbfleisch. For the […]

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The forgotten music club

By Randy Hatfield Shoreline only has three free, extracurricular music groups: acoustic guitar and ukulele clubs are easily found on the Student Leadership Center (SLC) list of active clubs, but what about the third? With a name one could easily […]

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