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Sword Fighting 101 Drag divas strut down the runway STATEMENT: District apologizes to Oscar winning alum
 

Sword Fighting 101

Students Learn to Poke Each Other Safely with Fencing“Lunge, recover, retreat, and advance,” yells a group of eager students in the W building. No, there isn’t a war happening on campus. The students are participating in warm-up exercises in one … Continue reading →

Drag divas strut down the runway

Students sashayed up and down the runway at the fourth annual Drag Show in Harbeson Hall on Thursday.

STATEMENT: District apologizes to Oscar winning alum

The Board of Trustees apologized to Oscar winning screenwriter Dustin Lance Black in a prepared statement released Monday and said that an email received by Black inviting him to be the school’s commencement speaker resulted from “an honest error.”

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