Discover Rare Finds at Central Library

Katie Eigner, Contributor

April 28, 2014

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Just walking up to the Central library, located in downtown Milwaukee, makes me feel as though I have been swooped up and magically dropped into a Jane Austen novel. The grey stone of the building is off set with elegant pillars... Read more »

Walk for Hearing Raises Awareness, Funds

Liela Spruce, Staff Writer

April 28, 2014

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"One out of every ten Americans experience hearing loss," according to the Hearing Loss Association of America (HLAA), America’s leading organization supporting people suffering with hearing impairment. The HLAA Walk for Hearing... Read more »

Remembering Victims of the Holocaust: Yom Ha’Shoah

Jessica Niver, Staff Writer

April 28, 2014

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“Memory is the highest, and perhaps the most meaningful tribute one can pay to the victims of genocide. Those who commit genocide do not only intend to kill, but to erase their victims from the collective memory... Read more »

Student Reflects on First Semester

Lauder Hansen, Staff Writer

April 25, 2014

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Interview with Megan Berndt, Sociology Major Megan Berndt, Sociology major with supports in Psychology and Women and Gender Studies, reflected on her first year at Alverno College. Lauder Hansen: How... Read more »