Still in need of restoration

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Since 1929, the Paramount Theatre in Anderson has been an integral part of the city’s character. This past weekend, the theatre hosted the Homegrown Hollywood Film Festival, which showcased films shot in Anderson or created by Anderson residents. The Paramount has often been home to major events. Alex Hammel, Anderson… Read more »

NAMM motivates music business majors

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Twenty-two AU music business majors spent a weekend learning about their industry side-by-side with 80,000 musicians, vendors and students at NAMM (National Association of Music Merchants) 2011. One of the world’s largest music trade shows, NAMM is held annually at the Anaheim Convention Center in California. The event attracts thousands… Read more »

Change This World comes to East Side

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“Every three seconds a person dies of starvation or preventable disease.” This is according to changethisworld.com, an organization that strives to help those that are suffering from hunger. The website also states that there is enough food in the world to “feed every human being 2,700 calories per day.” Change… Read more »

Setting record straight on new zodiac dates

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Last Thursday, rumors were running rampant from people who were up in arms about an alleged change to the zodiac calendar. Fiery Leos were told they would now be tranquil Cancers, and naturally this caused quite an uproar. Imagine the dismay of a person with a Scorpio tattoo when faced… Read more »

Carmicheal becomes new Fair RD

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After graduating from AU last May with a degree in Family Science, Alecia Carmicheal is back on campus, beginning her job as the new RD of Fair Commons. As an AU student, Carmicheal was an RA in Morrison for three years and a Youth Assistant Resident Director in Morrison last… Read more »

Finals incident a prank

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On Wednesday, Dec. 15 at 1:12 p.m., a faculty member reported a disturbance in the classroom. A college-aged person asked if he could observe final examination presentations because he had an interest in taking the class. After about 30 minutes of presentations, the person began yelling at the student presenting…. Read more »