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The Cocoon and BGSU continued the annual “What Were You Wearing?” exhibit on April 13 and 14 to provide education on sexual assault awareness and the titular victim-blaming question that has haunted sexual assault survivors for years. Read more

After serving for almost two years in the Vietnam War from 1966-1986, Enriquez came back to Seneca County and went to work full time at the Chrysler Plant in Highland Park, Michigan. Later he transferred to the Perrysburg Plant. Read more

Feelings of stress and anxiety go hand-in-hand with the end of an academic semester. What is a good way to manage stress and anxiety at a crucial time like this? According to Karyn Smith, health educator for the Division of Health and Wellness and fitness coordinator within Recreational Well… Read more

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“I always say it’s Christmas every day. Pieces that you produce or design, it’s fun to get back. The students get the same thing when they see their work actually in front of them, actually printed, the final product. Stuff like that is very exciting for me. It’s exciting for them. They all … Read more

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This spring will not only be marked by the fresh air but also for the celebration of BGSU’s spring graduates. As the books begin to close and the opportunities begin to pour in, spring graduates are preparing for their next step after college. Read more

USG’s new administration unanimously passed their first resolution on April 18, denouncing Ohio House Bill 616. Read more

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After being a BGSU professor for 31 years, Daniel Brahier is bringing his career to a close as he is retiring this upcoming June. Despite serving as a professor for the past 31 years, his connection to BGSU started long before this. Read more