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#MeToo movement finds its voice on campuses

  A Mercer student, who wished only to be called L, told The VOICE, “I had psychology class last spring and there was a guy in my class that never spoke to me or in the class, but he was always staring at me, and sometimes I would see him in the hall and he…

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Pornography is killing us

Pornography: a topic usually brought up amongst close friends, when alone in your bedroom or between you and your hand in the dark depths of the night. I’m sorry to be the one to tell you that pornography is not the outlet to explore your sexuality, it does not give women one more step toward…

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Men’s Basketball: Vikings hit the road in February playoff push

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With last season’s two win campaign now a distant memory, head coach Howard Levy and his young men’s basketball team head into the final month of the regular season on the cusp of a playoff berth. According to Athletic Director John Simone, all the Vikings need to do is finish .500 or better to clinch…

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PROFILE: Shaunice Palms’s legacy of effort and teamwork

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Shaunice Palms wasn’t born a pro basketball player. She hadn’t even played before high school, when she decided to join Nottingham’s girls’ basketball team as a freshman, but that didn’t affect her new interest in the sport she went on to play four years later at college. “I loved it immediately. I didn’t even know…

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Faculty hope admins will seek input before making changes

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As the spring semester starts things Professor of Mathematics Kyle Anderson is relieved that all his classes ended up in rooms that make sense for what he teaches and none were changed at the last minute. “[Last fall I initially] had BS208A assigned as the room for my Honors Calculus II class. But then, sometime…

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