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Most people haven’t seen the small scar that sits beneath Joel Osborn’s left clavicle, the one he’s worn beneath his collarbone for almost a decade now. When they look at his narrow face and overtired green eyes, they don’t see the blemish that occupies the space a catheter once did. They do… Read more

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He had taken a liking to the nearly-indestructible eyeglasses brand he had been sporting for years, but Matt Johnson grew annoyed by the need to replace them so frequently. Every six months or so, the black paint would wear off certain parts of his frames, leaving him a victim of “planned ob… Read more

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The two men stood at the center of Bearcat Arena Feb. 8 in front of a crowd of close to 2,000 people, clad in dark green ceremonial gowns. They were perhaps overdressed for the pair of basketball games the arena hosted that day, but their outfits were appropriate for the commencement in between. Read more

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Ever since Arnold Roebkes, known to his friends as Arnie or Mr. Bicycle Guy, placed some roses on the door of a local bar, he quickly became living proof that there is something more than just a small town keeping Maryville feeling like a family. Read more

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The Northwest Steppers aren’t just a group of dancers. They are a family within a family that always manages to proves what it can do, and is ready to prove it again when the steppers leave this week for its third consecutive trip to nationals. Read more

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The echoes of disappointed parents everywhere fall on deaf ears in 2017, a year where career opportunities are nearly endless. These echoes spout disapproval of making a career out of video games, with the evidence to back up nothing more than labeling video games as toys. Read more

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As the members of the 97th Student Senate took their respective positions, senior Alyssa Lincoln passes the torch as president to allow the new Senate to represent and aid the Bearcats in future endeavors.

While walking the long halls of the Fine Arts Department, students can often hear the familiar, lyrical notes staff accompanist Jiwon Choi creates as her hands dance across the piano keys.

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Snuggled in the corner room of the Office of Student Involvement, a bright smile and the subtle smell of tea greets students as Coordinator of Diversity and Inclusion Adam Gonzales offers a listening ear to everybody, no matter race or sexual identity.