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An adjustment international students must make when they get to Northwest is speaking English on a daily basis. For those who don’t have a community of students who speak their native language, the only time they can speak it is when they call home. Read more

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In a crowd of vendors and small business booths, people came in touch with the simple side of life. Resting under the night sky, attendees enjoyed live country music and savory eats from picnic tables sitting atop Missouri Ryegrass, an early fall scene of hay bales and pumpkins surrounding them. Read more

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Huddled together in an intimate room in the International Office at B.D. Owen’s Library, students from around the Midwest and around the globe gathered to discuss culture shock and holidays at the First Friday Culture Talk Oct 4.

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Digging up the past for profits. Entertainment has been doing this for ages, but today, it’s more prevalent than ever thanks to the interconnectedness of society and new technologies allowing us to relive the past more than we have ever been able to before. 

Going to Walmart Inc. is, by itself, a rough experience. The parking lot makes no sense. The Subway to the left of the grocery entrance is just begging me to spend money. There are employees everywhere, except when you actually need one.

Students and staff came together at the coming out table Oct. 7-8 in the J.W. Jones Student Union to write encouraging messages for their peers as a way to kick off LGBTQ History Month on a positive note.