Ben Stark, Staff Writer The Twin Cities’ real estate market is booming. It does not take an economist to tell you that new apartments are
Ryan Moore, Editor-in-Chief Just before spring break, news broke that Professor Mzenga Wanyama, tenured member of the English department, was being asked to attend a
Abigail Tetzlaff, Managing Editor, Photo by Silvia Cha The West Bank Business Association (WBBA) put out a call for artistic proposals in early February and
Sophie Keefe, News Editor “I genuinely felt that I was at one of the few good schools. I was at one of the few schools
John Kipper, Staff Writer The Women’s Lacrosse team had a busy spring break playing three games over a four-day stretch in California.
Joe Rydel, Sports Editor The Augsburg University Wrestling team found itself in familiar territory last weekend at the NCAA Championships in Cleveland, OH. The Auggies
Joe Rydel, Sports Editor The Men’s Hockey team will close the book on the 2018 campaign following a 5-2 loss to St. Norbert’s last weekend.
Jackson Gerber, Staff Writer, Photo by Noah Anderson Mother nature was not a factor during the first outdoor baseball and softball games of the season.
Kailey James, Staff Writer Rumors have surfaced about Disney’s upcoming sequel to hit movie “Frozen,” and the main character, Elsa. It all started with fans
Carson Hughes, A&E Editor In the Guthrie’s performance of “Indecent,” Pulitzer-Prize winning playwright Paula Vogel dramatizes the real-life story of a play that would have