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    #BlackLivesMatter at Capital
    December 4, 2014  //  Feature, Local News, News, Photo Galleries, Student Life  //  No Comment

    photos by Trey McDeane “Hey hey, ho ho, these crooked cops have got to go,” chanted a chain of Cap students along Main Street, in front of Blackmore Library, behind Lohman, and under Schaaf Breezeway. Yesterday at 5 p.m., upwards of 50 people from all walks of campus life joined together for a Walk of […]

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    ReCap hosts creative workshop, encourages minority groups to participate
    November 20, 2014  //  News  //  No Comment

    ReCap, Capital’s literary arts magazine, and the Office of Diversity and Inclusion (ODI) will be holding a creative workshop to encourage creativity on campus. ODI Organizations involved in the creative workshop include Asian American Alliance, P.R.I.D.E., Ebony Brotherhood, Students for the Advancement of African American Culture, Sister Network, and Gospel Choir. The focus of the […]

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    Crying over spilled Ramen: Naruto ends 15 year run
    November 20, 2014  //  News  //  No Comment

    *Written by Hunter Rogerson On Nov. 6, the final chapter of the 15-year-old Shonen manga, “Naruto,” was released in the United States. This manga covers the story of a boy, Naruto Uzumaki, who is born into the ninja world with the spirit of a nine-tailed demon fox sealed within him. It should be noted that […]

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    Xanadu rolls onstage at Cabaret Theatre
    November 20, 2014  //  News  //  No Comment

    The folks down in the Cabaret Theatre are finally ready to showcase the “totally rad” musical they’ve been practicing since September. This Thursday at 8:00 p.m., the wacky and wonderful musical “Xanadu” opens and rolls throughout the weekend. Set in 1980, the show opens with the Greek muse Clio, who gathers her sisters to come […]

    Local filmmakers highlight mail art culture in ‘Making Mail’
    November 20, 2014  //  News  //  No Comment

    When’s the last time you wrote someone a letter? Though most would reply with a comment about how letter writing is a dying medium, there exists a dedicated community of artists intent on keeping the medium alive. Just ask Michael Polk, director and producer of “Making Mail.” “At it’s core, [‘Making Mail’] is about making […]

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    Dayna Scott takes prospective students on a virtual tour
    November 20, 2014  //  News  //  No Comment

    The admissions office has begun the process of creating a virtual tour of campus for prospective students to view online. The tour will cover approximately 30 places around campus, including the Conservatory, Blackmore Library, Capital Center, Student Union, and outside of the residence halls. There will also be features and information on Main Street and Bexley […]

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    EMF students create Jumbotron animations in new motion graphics class
    November 20, 2014  //  News  //  No Comment

    During the 2014 fall semester, a new course was introduced to the Electronic Media and Film (EMF) discipline: motion graphics, taught by Betsy Pike, director of EMF. In the class, students spent the majority of the semester learning how to use software, such as Adobe Aftereffects and Adobe Premier, to create motion graphics and learn […]

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    Suicide on A College Campus
    November 13, 2014  //  News, Student Health, Student Life  //  No Comment

    Suicide is the second leading cause of death among college students ages 18-24, according to Suicide.org. “While we do see a significant number of students who come in for depression and suicidal thinking, there have been no deaths by suicide during my three years here,” said Dr. Cathy McDaniels Wilson, the director of the Center for […]

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    Student organizes event to discuss ISIS
    November 13, 2014  //  News  //  No Comment

    Hayden Brown, junior, is stepping up as a catalyst for logic and reason during a troubling time in world history. Brown has been the primary organizer for the upcoming event “Why We Choose Violence: ISIS  and Us,” which will provide Capital students with a critical look at ISIS, the victims of ISIS, and academic reactions […]

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    ‘I, Chicken’ simulates the life of a factory chicken for students
    November 13, 2014  //  News  //  No Comment

    photo by Trey McDeane Have you ever wanted to be a chicken? Probably not. But, with “I, Chicken,” a virtual reality (VR) simulator created by a member of peta2, you can live the life of a factory-farmed chicken for two minutes. As a part of the campaign for Vegan Mondays, Capital for Animal Liberation (CAL) […]