05 Nov 2018

Lanham and Le crowned Homecoming king and queen

With less than seven minutes left in Saturday’s game, the crowd of 1,143 students, faculty, staff, alumni and fans filling the stands of Farrington Field sprang to their feet and erupted into cheers. The Rams had scored the final touchdown of game, putting them in the lead 21-20 and securing

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16 Oct 2018

Slabach and Young discuss the importance of campus tours during town hall meeting

Faculty and staff packed into the town hall meeting in the Baker Building during free period Tuesday, despite the cold and rainy weather. The meeting, though packed, was calm; faculty and staff hung around socializing and munching on Halloween cookies after the meeting ended a little early. President Frederick Slabach

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09 Oct 2018

Students should not be afraid to vote

With the Nov. 6 midterm elections right around the corner, you may be asking yourself, “Am I going to vote?” However, the question you should be asking yourself is, “Who am I voting for?” Voter turnout among young people, such as college students, is often low because young people feel

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07 Oct 2018

Lions lick Rams 55-31 in stormy game

The Rams lost to the Langston Lions 55-31 on Saturday at Farrington Field. Last season, the Rams lost to the Lions 34-0. In the first quarter, the Lions took the lead with two touchdowns. However, with a little more than five minutes left in the quarter, the Rams scored their

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04 Oct 2018

Rams plan to rise to the occasion against Langston Lions

Former Rams player Azeez Akande is proud to see his team’s success this season. “We’re making progress,” said the sophomore psychology and Christian studies major. “It kind of shows like even though last year was kind of slow it’s like the tortoise and the hare type of thing. Once we

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