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Disabled students review campus bathrooms

By: C.A. PRINTUP and JOHN LARSON Staff Writers A simple trip like one to the bathroom is one often taken for granted by many students. For disabled students and students who have mobility issues, bathroom positions and lack of accessibility can be a major issue. Two students with different levels of mobility, one in a

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Review: “The Quiet Man” promises a bang, gives a dull echo

By: JOHN LARSON larsonjd@iu.edu Most large video game publishers do their best to stick to titles with a lot of public visibility or from famous development studios. When Square-Enix, publishers of series like “Final Fantasy” and “Dragon’s Quest,” announced earlier this year that they would be publishing a brand-new IP, from a small studio promising

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Staff Profile: Meet John Larson

By: JOHN LARSON larsonjd@iu.edu  My name is John Larson. I’m an intern this semester at the Preface, and I’m majoring in communications with a focus on journalism. I’m a sophomore, and I’ve yet to decide on my minor. I’m looking into either philosophy or gender studies, but I haven’t entirely decided yet. I prefer gender-neutral

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Clothesline Project braves fall winds

By: JOHN LARSON Staff Writer larsonjd@iu.edu Don’t be surprised if you see some t-shirts flowing in the wind between Northside and the SAC, but certainly pay attention. The Feminist Student Union (FSU) has erected a display for the Clothesline Project, which encourages victims of incest, domestic violence and sexual assault to write their statements onto

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Poet Rita Dove gives public lecture on campus

By: JOHN LARSON Staff Writer larsonjd@iu.edu On Sept. 22, Pulitzer Prize winner and former Poet Laureate Rita Dove gave a public lecture for the 6th Annual Bender Scholar-in-Residence Lecture. The lecture, part discussion of art, part recitation of it, saw a crowded theater at the Louise E. Addicott and Yatish J. Joshi Performance Hall. The

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