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Wednesday
Oct222014

Campus Comes Together for Cleanup Day

Tevin ArringtonDr. Anderson putting out old desks

Reporter

It is not often that all the departments on the campus of Mississippi University for Women come together. But during the Friday prior to fall break, all the buildings participated in “Campus Cleanup Day.”

It all started with Dr. Brian Anderson, dean of the College of Arts and Sciences. His original plans focused solely on disposing of outdated and unused computer equipment that had been taking up space in Painter Hall.

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Wednesday
Oct222014

Walking to Lunch from the W

Daysha Humphrey

Senior Writer

MUW’s faculty, staff and students were encouraged to walk to lunch in downtown Columbus on Oct. 15 from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m.

The “W Walks to Lunch” event was sponsored by the Passport to Wellness program that is sponsored by the Blue Cross Blue Shield Foundation of Mississippi.

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Wednesday
Oct222014

Keeping You Current in Columbus

Sayonara Jones

Reporter

Here’s what’s happening around town for the week of Oct. 19-25.

In an effort to bring attention to sexual assault and make individuals aware of the nationwide campaign, “It’s On Us,” Mississippi University for Women students have planned a pledge event kickoff Monday, Oct. 20.

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Wednesday
Oct222014

Movie review: “Fury”

Patrick Wiggins

Reporter

When I first saw a preview for “Fury”, directed by David Ayer (End of Watch), I immediately thought it could be the best World War II movie since “Saving Private Ryan." Now that I have seen it, I still stand by that.

With a runtime of 134 minutes, I never felt like I was waiting for the movie to end. That being said, the movie is not all action-oriented.

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Monday
Oct202014

Art and Design building upgrades security system after last spring’s break-in 

Tevin Arrington

Reporter

Mississippi University for Women has upgraded the security system in the Department of Art and Design after a break-in last spring.

In the early hours of March 10, 2014, two MUW students broke into the art building and vandalized several pieces of artwork. Sources say that prior to the incident, the two individuals had been drinking before entering the art and design building. Unaware that they were being videotaped, the two went into room 212 of the building and proceeded to damage the works of two art students.

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