Are the Blackhawks Bound for a Repeat?

Are the Blackhawks Bound for a Repeat?

By Cameron Dummer On the heels of a Stanley Cup championship, the Chicago Blackhawks are primed to make another run into the post season in the NHL. The 2014 Campaign shares a strong resemblance to the Stanley Cup champion team in 2010, both seasons were extended by Olympics and both had seen a tiresome group […]

Hamster Night at Aurora University

Hamster Night at Aurora University

By Andrew Miller and Cameron Dummer  On March 13, 2014, Aurora University’s Activity Programming Board (APB) hosted a “Hamster Night” in Thornton Gymnasium. Below are some pictures of the event.

5 Foreign Things to Try This Summer

5 Foreign Things to Try This Summer

By Kaylie Clark It’s easy to get caught up in the usual TV shows, going to the usual restaurants, and playing the usual games. You might be saying you watch shows from the BBC, that those aren’t quite the norm in the States, but the amount of “Doctor Who” merchandise available would say otherwise. Though […]

Sigma Gamma Rho Sorority Inc. Initiates 5 New Members

Sigma Gamma Rho Sorority Inc. Initiates 5 New Members

If you are wondering why there seems to be a lot more royal blue and gold around campus, wonder no more. The increase in these colors is because this past Monday, the Ravishing Rho Tau chapter of Sigma Gamma Rho Sorority Inc. has welcomed 5 new members into their sisterhood. Sigma Gamma Rho was founded […]

The Perfect Couple?

The Perfect Couple?

By: Alyssa Howey Couple, Michael Garcia and Erin Lopez had been dating for three months prior to Michael leaving for college and Erin stayed back home in New Mexico. Going away to college “was a heat of the moment, just go with it decision,” said Michael Garcia. They made sure to communicate while he was […]


Arts & Entertainment

Hamster Night at Aurora University

Hamster Night at Aurora University

By Andrew Miller and Cameron Dummer  On March 13, 2014, Aurora University’s Activity Programming Board (APB) hosted a “Hamster Night” in Thornton Gymnasium. Below are some pictures of the event.

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Sports

Are the Blackhawks Bound for a Repeat?

Are the Blackhawks Bound for a Repeat?

By Cameron Dummer On the heels of a Stanley Cup championship, the Chicago Blackhawks are primed to make another run into the post season in the NHL. The 2014 Campaign shares a strong resemblance to the Stanley Cup champion team in 2010, both seasons were extended by Olympics and both had seen a tiresome group […]

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News

Sigma Gamma Rho Sorority Inc. Initiates 5 New Members

Sigma Gamma Rho Sorority Inc. Initiates 5 New Members

If you are wondering why there seems to be a lot more royal blue and gold around campus, wonder no more. The increase in these colors is because this past Monday, the Ravishing Rho Tau chapter of Sigma Gamma Rho Sorority Inc. has welcomed 5 new members into their sisterhood. Sigma Gamma Rho was founded […]

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Opinion

5 Foreign Things to Try This Summer

5 Foreign Things to Try This Summer

By Kaylie Clark It’s easy to get caught up in the usual TV shows, going to the usual restaurants, and playing the usual games. You might be saying you watch shows from the BBC, that those aren’t quite the norm in the States, but the amount of “Doctor Who” merchandise available would say otherwise. Though […]

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Recent Articles

Are the Blackhawks Bound for a Repeat?

Are the Blackhawks Bound for a Repeat?

By Cameron Dummer On the heels of a Stanley Cup championship, the Chicago Blackhawks are primed to make another run into the post season in the NHL. The 2014 Campaign shares a strong resemblance to the Stanley Cup champion team in 2010, both seasons were extended by Olympics and both had seen a tiresome group […]

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Hamster Night at Aurora University

Hamster Night at Aurora University

By Andrew Miller and Cameron Dummer  On March 13, 2014, Aurora University’s Activity Programming Board (APB) hosted a “Hamster Night” in Thornton Gymnasium. Below are some pictures of the event.

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5 Foreign Things to Try This Summer

5 Foreign Things to Try This Summer

By Kaylie Clark It’s easy to get caught up in the usual TV shows, going to the usual restaurants, and playing the usual games. You might be saying you watch shows from the BBC, that those aren’t quite the norm in the States, but the amount of “Doctor Who” merchandise available would say otherwise. Though […]

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Sigma Gamma Rho Sorority Inc. Initiates 5 New Members

Sigma Gamma Rho Sorority Inc. Initiates 5 New Members

If you are wondering why there seems to be a lot more royal blue and gold around campus, wonder no more. The increase in these colors is because this past Monday, the Ravishing Rho Tau chapter of Sigma Gamma Rho Sorority Inc. has welcomed 5 new members into their sisterhood. Sigma Gamma Rho was founded […]

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The Perfect Couple?

The Perfect Couple?

By: Alyssa Howey Couple, Michael Garcia and Erin Lopez had been dating for three months prior to Michael leaving for college and Erin stayed back home in New Mexico. Going away to college “was a heat of the moment, just go with it decision,” said Michael Garcia. They made sure to communicate while he was […]

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Best Laid Plans

Best Laid Plans

By: Janice Faith Binghay Papers shuffling, telephones ringing and the background chit chatter make up the sounds found in the CrouseCenter at AuroraUniversity. An advisor door opens and a pale faced AU sophomore student exits.   She briskly walks across the floor, towards the doors of the office and down the three flights of stairs. She […]

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Aurora University seniors share diverse transformation stories as graduation approaches

Aurora University seniors share diverse transformation stories as graduation approaches

By: Lindsey Pickett Andy Patton, senior history and religion major, came to Aurora University as a quiet and reserved freshman who was hesitant to strike up a conversation in unfamiliar situations. Patton decided to put himself out there and become more involved with the Aurora University campus. Once becoming a Peer Advisor and Spartan Ambassador, […]

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Meet Ann Keen

Meet Ann Keen

Already there’s been buzz about this spring’s theatre production of A Midsummer Night’s Dream but what might not be common knowledge is the director of the production. Guest director Ann Keen will be directing the play. Keen has been involved in acting and theatre productions for over ten years. She is one of the co-founders […]

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Who’s Who?

Who’s Who?

A Midsummer Night’s Dream, this year’s spring production, is not your ordinary Shakespeare play. Director Ann Keen has decided to incorporate a 1960’s theme throughout the play. This includes costumes, how the actors’ hair is styled and music. Keen has added a lot of 1960’s music to the production. In her version, the fairies are […]

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What You Should know about Shakespeare Before You See the Play

This spring A Midsummer Night’s Dream will be performed in Perry Theatre this April. But if you’re not familiar with the play, there are a few things should have in mind while you watch it. I sat down with Professor Westphal, an English professor here at AU and who is coincidentally playing Egeus in this […]

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