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Capital alumni finding success on the couch
February 11, 2016  //  Columns, Local News, News, Student Life  //  No Comment

On the Couch Music is a place for independent artists to promote their music in the most authentic setting: on the couch. Xavier McCallister, an alumnus who graduated with a music technology degree in May of 2015, began On the Couch when he was still a senior at Capital. For his senior project, he recorded […]

Feature
  • NCUR Student Profile
    February 11, 2016  //  Feature, News, Student Life  //  No Comment

    Name: Oscar O’Flaherty Project Title: The Mathematics of Juggling Major(s): Math and Economics Year: Junior Advisor: Jonathan Stadler What is your project about? This research project explores the mathematics of juggling. Specifically, the recurrence relations among siteswaps are examined. A siteswap is a list of numbers used to represent juggling patterns. There are three parameters […]

  • Photos by Uele Boxill
    Asian American Alliance celebrates 4th Annual Lunar New Year Celebration
    February 6, 2016  //  Feature, News, Student Life  //  No Comment

     The Asian American Alliance (AAA) celebrated its 4th Annual Lunar New Year Celebration Friday, February 5 in Huntington Recital Hall. Traditional Chinese dances, music, and martial arts were performed in celebration of the holiday by the following groups and individuals: The Ohio State University Pi Delta Psi Fraternity; Dance of the Soul from China; Eric […]

Sports
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Capital Women’s Basketball takes crucial win over Ohio Northern
January 25, 2016  //  News, Sports  //  No Comment

On Saturday, Capital University Women’s basketball team took its ninth win in a row against 11th-ranked conference rival Ohio Northern University with a final score of 58-45. With this win, the women’s basketball team improved their overall record to 15-2, along with an 8-2 conference record. “The last three years, [the] seasons’ been up and […]

Opinion
Leonard Cohen song revived by Philly rock band
February 4, 2016  //  A&E, Opinion  //  No Comment

For a song to be considered a masterpiece, all parts must fit elegantly no matter the genre or meaning of the song. That means lyrics, harmony, melody, vocals, and instrumentals must join hands and lead listeners astray as they lose themselves in the music. A well-known Canadian artist, Leonard Cohen, has created multiple masterpieces during […]