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    Bexley passes proposal for Bernlohr Stadium lights, sound system
    October 31, 2014  //  News  //  No Comment

    photo by Trey McDeane Students celebrated Monday night after a 4-hour meeting among the Bexley Planning Commission, the South Bexley Neighborhood Association, and Capital representatives that ended with the approval of Capital’s proposal for Bernlohr Stadium’s first set of lights. The debate for stadium lights has continued for over a year with several oppositions and [...]

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    Last-Minute DIY Halloween Costume Ideas
    October 30, 2014  //  News, Photo Galleries  //  No Comment

    Gingerbread People You’ll need red hair—by genetics or synthetic means—and the least dense of breads to wear around your neck. (modeled by Molly Garringer and Kevin Siebert) Bag of Eminems Sport a garbage bag adorned with pictures of Silm Shady. (modeled by Emma Schaefer) Cereal Killer Wear a cereal box of your liking with plastic [...]

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    SuicideGirls: Blackheart Burlesque Tour to visit Columbus
    October 30, 2014  //  A&E, Local News, News  //  No Comment

    Photos courtesy of SuicideGirls Press SuicideGirls is a social-media based website that features pin-up photography of female models who go by the name “SuicideGirls.” They’re coming to Columbus on tour for their Blackheart Burlesque at 8:00 p.m. Tuesday, Nov. 4.   Many of the SuicideGirls are tattooed and pierced, but not all are says Co-Founder Missy [...]

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    Erica Noll takes us on a haunted tour of Capital
    October 30, 2014  //  News, Student Life  //  No Comment

    We all like to share roommate or MDR horror stories, but only Erica Noll can give a Haunted Tour of Capital. The Senior Orientation Leader compiled stories to share with first-year students. While some stories are urban legends and others are experiences shared by current students, Noll’s stories tell us what ghouls or ghosts to [...]

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    Student filmmakers enter ‘3 Weeks of Terror’ film contest
    October 30, 2014  //  News  //  No Comment

    Fresh on the heels of CapTV’s 48 Hour Film Royale, a dedicated group of students came together to produce a film for the Mid-Ohio Filmmakers Association’s 3 Weeks of Terror film contest. “Jim Higgins, our Advanced Video Production professor, was in the contest, and he encouraged us to join as well,” said Xavier McAllister. “So [...]

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    ReCap’s Open Mic Night features local artists
    October 23, 2014  //  News  //  No Comment

    Monday, Oct. 13 at 7:30 p.m. in the Mezz, ReCap held an Open Mic for any and all students to participate in. ReCap is Capital’s seasonal literary arts magazine, and, although the primary focus is on the art of language, visual art submissions are also accepted. ReCap publishes a webzine for fall, and then a [...]

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    College Avenue mold displaces 15 students for several weeks
    October 23, 2014  //  News, Student Health, Student Life  //  No Comment

    Mold discovered in College Avenue apartments has displaced three suites worth of students from their living areas for an extended amount of time. While Facilities Management works to remove the hazard, students grow anxious. Leaks were first discovered in the shower ceilings of suites 105 and 205, said Director of Facilities Management Beth Carman. After opening [...]

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    Revised stadium lights proposal to be accepted or denied Monday
    October 23, 2014  //  News, Student Life  //  No Comment

    The Bexley Planning Commission will either deny or accept Capital’s stadium lights and sound system application at its next meeting, scheduled for 6:00 p.m. Monday, Oct. 27, in Bexley High School’s Cassingham Cafeteria. Both residents and students are invited to give testimony at the meeting. While the project was initially proposed in April of 2013 [...]

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    Professors reminisce about their undergrad years, changes at Capital
    October 16, 2014  //  News  //  No Comment

    Although we may not realize it, at one time the professors instructing us were going through the exact same situation we are; every single one of them has been to a college or university and received an undergraduate degree. However, their experience may have varied a bit from what we experience. English professor Sommer Sterud, [...]

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    SAB Hunger Games resume after student’s minor injury
    October 16, 2014  //  News, Student Life  //  No Comment

    The SAB Hunger Games are both a time of terror and an opportunity for SAB to grow closer as a group. The Hunger Games began last semester so that SAB could have an ongoing social event. Here’s how it works: Every SAB member is assigned a target who they must assassinate. Once they have assassinated [...]