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Michael Wanous (Photo provided)

Wanous named vice president of academic affairs

Michael Wanous, Ph.D., will succeed Del Doughty as vice president of student affairs.

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Senate working on new constitution, representative system

Student senate is working on a new constitution that would change the representative system. Changes include having dorm representatives.

Wright 1st hung up photos of Hardy girls they needed to tag during their own version of Paranoia. (Photo by Steven Uhey)

Why there was no Paranoia this year

Kyle Metzger, SAB coordinator, and Jesse Brown, associate dean of student development, explain why there will be no campus-wide game of Paranoia this year. The game has been played for several years.

The exit to the underground tunnel system near F lot. (Photo by Christian Herrera)

AUDIO: Tunnels under our very feet

Students have been rumored to travel along secret “tunnels” beneath the campus in the veil of night. Students and staff give their thoughts on these tunnels.

Jeff Berggren (Photo provided)

Berggren, VP for enrollment management and marketing, leaving university in August

Jeff Berggren, vice president for enrollment management and marketing, will be leaving the university in August to move to Arizona. He will work part-time for the university to help with the potential Peoria campus.

Arts & Entertainment

HUTC moving to three shows next year because of Hicks’s departure

The Huntington University Theatre Company will have three full shows in 2014-2015 rather than the usual four because Jonathan Hicks, assistant professor of theatre, is leaving at the end of the year.


OPINION: Hypocrites and moral authority

People have a gut reaction to discount what a hypocrite tells them is the right thing to do. Jonathan Krull suggests that this is not the biblical response and that Jesus commands we listen to truth no matter how the person saying it behaves.