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Entertainment Game-Changers Lose Battles with Cancer A Tribute to Two British Icons

The passing of two British powerhouses in the same week has sent shockwaves throughout the entertainment industry. These Brits were Alan Rickman, more commonly referred to as professor Snape in the global phenomenon, Harry Potter, and flamboyant trendsetter for glam-rock, David Bowie. Both passed away at age 69 leaving older generations upset, and younger generations … Continue reading

Wrestling Squad focuses on their potential despite inexperience
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Wrestling Squad focuses on their potential despite inexperience

By: Charlie Hayes The 23rd nationally ranked William Penn wrestling team will see a youth movement take over as the squad has only one of it’s four national qualifiers from last year returning, two time All-American Scottie Bonds. Not only did the Statesmen lose its national qualifiers, but three other wrestlers who were in the … Continue reading

Top 3 Video Games to play During Winter Break
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Top 3 Video Games to play During Winter Break

By: Vhon Steele When the last day of classes are done for the semester many Penn students will find themselves with an overwhelming amount of free time during winter break. While most students would prefer “Netflix and chill,” many others would rather “video games and kill”. For students it’s also typical to begin celebrating the … Continue reading

Dave Price: Second Speaker the “Ideas and Inspiration In Iowa” Lecture Series
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Dave Price: Second Speaker the “Ideas and Inspiration In Iowa” Lecture Series

By: Sampson Tamijani   On Dec 1 political director of the WHO-TV station in Des Moines, Dave Price, paid a visit to William Penn University as the second installment of the “Ideas and Inspiration in Iowa: Leaders Speak” series. The series focuses on public figures coming to speak to students and local citizens about important … Continue reading

Champions Of Thanksgiving
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Champions Of Thanksgiving

By: Sergio Carro S.H.A.R.E. Iowa and the William Penn Volleyball team came together prior to Thanksgiving to help provide Thanksgiving dinners for five international students at Penn. As part of the NAIA’s champions of character project, Head Coach of the WPU Volleyball team, Jennifer Carlson, gave her players the task of coming up with a … Continue reading

Moodle Beating the Competition
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Moodle Beating the Competition

By:  Miranda Keeler Across the country, colleges and universities utilize an online interface known as a Course Management System (CMS). This system is used for organizing student’s courses and assignments, as well as various contact information, campus programs, announcements, and other campus directories. Among the most popular Course Management Systems are Moodle, Blackboard, and CornerStone. … Continue reading