Archive for September 18th, 2014

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Mutemath to perform at Calvin

Mutemath has been performing musical wizardry for about a decade now. Since their first EP, “Reset,” to their most r...

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Snakes pose threat to U.S. islands, officials respond

These are strange, dark days for the tiny tropical island of Guam. Thanks to an infestation of invasive snakes, this onc...

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Sony PlayStation 4 “Reveal” Vaporous, Uncertain

Game consoles, unlike most other consumer electronic devices, tend to be maintained for years between updates. The last ...

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Sports Preview: Women’s Lacrosse

Impact Players: Yelena Boykov Davis (Sr.) Nikki Perregaux (Sr.) Michelle Holwerda (Sr.) Katie Pranger (Sr.) Lauren Spoel...

After Newtown, Texas leads the pack in pro-gun legislation

In Plano, Tex., a suburb of Dallas that actor Joel McHale and infamous cyclist Lance Armstrong call home, gun owners both current and hopeful may get a financial break. The city of 270,000 is largely populated […]

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Leaking of nuclear waste documented for first time in U.S. since 2005

The Hanford Site, located in the town of Hanford, Wash., is the topic of recent public criticism concerning leaking nucl...

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Chinese authorities’ first public reference to “cancer villages” raises concern on pollution levels

After a number of implicit claims and rumors, China’s environmental authority has finally acknowledged the existence o...

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Art opening showcases explorations in bookmaking at 106 Gallery

Tiny triangular books, sculptural birds, dissected books and traditionally bound codex books were among the variety of b...

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Working the fields

Then he said to his disciples, “The harvest is plentiful but the workers are few” (Matthew 9:37, Luke 10:2, NIV)...

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Rangeela performances provide ‘color, culture and diversity’

“Color, culture and diversity; that is what Rangeela is about,” said master of ceremonies Jed Bell. This year’s Ra...