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Riverssance: Stepping back in time
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Riverssance: Stepping back in time

by Kiki Bennett–Sioux City held the 16th annual Riverssance Faire in Riverside Park Oct. 5.

Riverssance Faire goers could spend the weekend perusing local crafts – from handmade shields and weapons to dragon’s eggs, and even potions and wands.

u-Night-ed they gather-ed
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u-Night-ed they gather-ed

Mari Pizzini–College students unite, and u-Night-ed they gather at Sunnybrook Community Church’s United Night. But what draws college students, even students from Vermillion, South Dakota, to this church’s college ministry night?

Student photo project challenges gender norms
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Student photo project challenges gender norms

 “This exhibit is about not being scared of who you are.” by Maggie Ganley–Jesseca Ormond is challenging Morningsiders to think deeper about societal stereotypes. Jesseca’s Summer Undergraduate Research Project (SURP), on display in the library, focuses on breaking through the boundaries of gender stereotypes in society. In society, women are typically perceived as soft and…

Food Trucks in Peter’s Park
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Food Trucks in Peter’s Park

by Jesseca Ormond — Small crowds gathered around two food trucks in Peters Park this and last Thursday afternoon. One truck is from Heartland Coffee & Nosh and the other is from Daga’s Mexican Grill. The collaboration of these two trucks is called the Morningside Mash-up. The Peters Park food mashup brings lines of people for…

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