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A small percentage of the students going through student orientation, advising and registration, commonly known as SOAR, this summer will be joining the ranks of a special group of Falcons, the ones classified as a legacy.

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The semester has almost reached its conclusion, prompting a number of students on and off campus to prepare moving out. Over the course of an academic year, there are possessions students may not want to keep. Donating them to the When You Move Out program is a viable option instead of throw… Read more

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Manufacturing companies in Bowling Green are struggling to fill entry-level positions with permanent workers. However, the city has a current unemployment rate of 3.9%, which is lower than the Ohio state average of 4.4%. Read more

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Katie Warchol is a graduate from BGSU, and is now a Senior Social Media Specialist at ProMedica, where she represents the brand on a corporate level.   Read more

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The NFL Draft has come and gone, and all 254 draft selections are prepared to make their new teams better with their efforts and talents. Like every NFL Draft, there were numerous great picks, some head scratching selections and many brilliant steals and sleepers selected on the second and third day. I’ll tell you which player I think will have the best rookie season, which player I think will not have a stellar first season (and potentially have a short-lived NFL career) and which team …

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I can’t believe I am finally saying it, but we are here. The Champions League final is upon us. The final two teams, date and place are set. It will be Liverpool going up against Tottenham June 1 in Madrid. This season-long struggle to lift the Champions League trophy will all come down to one match in the Spanish city to decide the champions of European soccer.

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Most people listen to normal music like pop, hip-hop, rock and country. And while I’m just as big a fan of “Old Town Road” as the next person, I mostly listen to the soothing sounds of final boss music from Kirby games.

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 Summer is one of the best times to be playing video games. For many just getting out of school, it’s a time to get back to the backlog and play some new games. But where’s the fun in that? Sometimes summer is the perfect time to go back to old games. Summer gives someone the perfect time to…

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With school coming to an end, there are endless possibilities for how to spend summer. While many students opt to work a job or internship, there are also many other productive ways to spend free time during the summer. Here are some.

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Coming in to college I had no idea what the next four years would bring. I didn’t know any of my roommates (I picked essentially randomly), I had no idea what I wanted to study and I knew next to nothing about the area surrounding Bowling Green. I made friends with my roommates, but I rarely…

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As someone who doesn’t always have a lot of time or make enough time for self-care, it can get hard to keep myself mentally and physically in check. As dead week and exam week approach, I’m not going to be the only one in this boat. Here are a few minor and quick ways I practice self-care to…

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Spring semester is coming to a finish, and in the next week as we depart Bowling Green for the summer — or in the case of the seniors — for quite a while, think of your time at BGSU.

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As we enter the month of May, many of us are thinking of dead week, finals or how every warm day is one step closer to summer. While May is about all of those things, it is also the month of awareness for the children a part of America’s Foster Care. With over 500,000 children in and out of …