Campus & Community

Art professor Zebrowski explores new dimensions

Art professor Zebrowski explores new dimensions

Max Van Wie

Assistant Professor Michael Zebrowski is replacing Susan Calza in the Fine and Performing Arts department. He has a master’s degree in architecture from the Cranbrook...  Read More »

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Arts & Entertainment

How will “The Silver Star” end?

How will “The Silver Star” end?

Lisa Kent

There’s something you must know. Half way through "The Silver Star," I read the ending. I wanted to know how the narrator and her sister landed, and I couldn’t stand the...  Read More »

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Sports

Hutchinson leads Badgers to 11-3 victory

Hutchinson leads Badgers to 11-3 victory

Elaine Harvey

The Johnson State College women's soccer team rolled to an 11-3 victory over host  Fisher College Sunday evening. Johnson improves to 3-1 overall while Fisher slides to 0-1. The...  Read More »

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Features

The Hellers’ world: Dreams, horror and transformation

The Hellers’ world: Dreams, horror and transformation

Travis LeClair

Creatures made of steel are paired with large, dream-like oil paintings. They transform the Julian Scott Memorial Gallery into an atmospheric den capturing the majesty of...  Read More »

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Life in Orbit

Chapter 1: D. B. Cooper and the Lost in the Space

Chapter 1: D. B. Cooper and the Lost in the Space

Tom Benton

So there was Zia in the kitchen, and it was still 3128. She was fixing Old USAs for an elderly couple, just waiting on the french fries. Leaning against the steel over the...  Read More »

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