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International Education Week: A Retrospective

International Education Week is a program created by the U.S. State Department of Education that has given students the opportunity to learn about other cultures for eighteen years. UC Clermont has been implementing the program for approximately ten years. For many who have lived in a rural area like Clermont…

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Love For Community Spurs UC Clermont Student’s Run for Village Council

Reilly Hopkins has never needed a reason to get involved in his community. The twenty-year-old secondary education major and Clermont Northeastern golf coach could soon be adding Blanchester Village Councilmember to his resumé, assuming the upcoming November election swings in his favor. “I don’t feel there has to be a…

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“The Merry Wives of Windsor” Brings Laughter to Krueger Auditorium

Shakespearean plays are not thought of as the most accessible form of theater for modern audiences; the language is often difficult to understand and the settings are foreign and antiquated. This fact presents companies with the distinct challenge of finding ways to make Shakespeare entertaining to the masses, while still…

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Rohs Street Café: A Mission That’s More Than Just Coffee

By Maddie Garret “We filter coffee, not people.” This phrase decorates the wall behind the bar of Rohs Street Café. It truly exemplifies the attitude of the baristas there; their mission is to tangibly care for everyone who walks in the door to the café and to provide a space…

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UC Clermont Women’s Soccer Team Earns Spot at National Tournament

The UC Clermont Women’s Soccer team is still in its infancy, as it’s only the third year since the program began, and because of this, the team is still getting through some growing pains. For the first two years, the home games were played over twenty miles away from campus…

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Stop Guns from Becoming More Dangerous

By: Quinlan Bentley In the United States, if anything is reliable, it’s our society’s love of firearms. This stems back 230 years ago, when the founders were drafting the constitution. After all, article two of The Bill of Rights states: “The right of the people to keep and bear arms,…