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Future brides get a glimpse of their big day

Planning a wedding can be a stressful time, not only for the bride, but for family and friends as well. However, there are ways to make those hundreds of errands and meetings a little easier. On Sept. 25, Zazou’s Bridal Boutique and Tuxedo Rentals held its Fall Bridal Show at the Grand River Center Ball Room in Dubuque. According to their Facebook page, this is the fourth year Zazou’s has hosted the event. The event was run by Zazou’s employees, including sophomore business administration... Read more »

  • Breaking the stereotype: men in education

    Breaking the stereotype: men in education

    Ellyse Verdev, [email protected] | September 28, 2016

  • Score a goal to raise awareness

    Score a goal to raise awareness

    Abigayle Pignatari, [email protected] | September 28, 2016

  • Music ‘brings down the Haus’

    Music ‘brings down the Haus’

    Samantha Hoppert, [email protected] | September 21, 2016

  • Service fair searches for volunteers

    Service fair searches for volunteers

    Christian Solano, [email protected] | September 21, 2016

Breaking the stereotype: men in education

Ellyse Verdev, [email protected]

There are several gender disparities in the work force. Less women are CEOs, and tend to earn only about 75 percent of what their male counterparts make. In fact, the 2014...  Read More »

September 28, 2016 • 0 comments

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Pioneer throwback

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*In the article "Art department says goodbye to seniors" published on April 21, 2016, Rebecca Ingalls was quoted as saying "Object Sematic: Scissors" by Anna Jenson was one of her favorite pieces. "Object Sematic: Scissors" was a piece by Katelyn Kieler not Anna Jenson.
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