Category Archives: Feature Story

Capitalism beyond the individual

Haljit Basuljevic—Reporter When Co-Founder Joseph Amarante, a graduate student with a degree in business management, first discovered the concept of Conscious Capitalism, he found it to be a perfect fit for what he was looking for. He said that, in addition to complimenting what he was researching and studying, he found the philosophy behind the movement to be trendsetting in

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Students learn to merge their career aspirations with community outreach

Haljit Basueljevic—Reporter During a roundtable discussion between seven community leaders called Transformative Careers in the Public Humanities, students learned to bridge the partnership between their aspirations and community outreach. The discussion took place last Wednesday, in the Adanti Student Center’s theater which was almost at full capacity. English major, Emily Wolfe, a senior, asked the guests what the best approach

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Behind the camera lens: Amber Frank shoots nature

Jacob Waring—Opinions & Features Editor With her Cannon EOS Rebel T6 in hand, Amber Frank aimed the lens at the fauna around Southern’s East Campus, intensely focusing on the trees, shrubbery and the pond near the baseball fields. She was not photographing for a class nor as an occupation. For Frank, a senior sociology major, this is her hobby. Evidently,

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Virtual reality shows how animals become food

Jessica Guerrucci—Reporter While looking through the eyes of an animal, students were given the chance to engage in a virtual reality simulation to help build a better understanding of where their food comes from. The Humane Society collaborated with Vegan Outreach to provide students with an informative virtual reality experience in the academic quad to show how their food is

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Efforts to make syllabi more inclusive

Jacob Waring—Opinions & Features Editor Faculty Development Symposium was recently held with the goal of queering and indigenizing teaching styles, syllabi and more. Discussion of creating a more inclusive curriculum occurred on April 12 with Yi-Chun Tricia Lin, director and professor of Women’s Studies Program introducing the speakers and keeping the discussion moving. Heidi Lockwood, an associate professor in the

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