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No Hurdle Too High

Story By:  Madison McCann and Meghan Sweeney
Photos By: Giovanni Cardenas

If you happen to walk past them on campus, you would likely stare in awe at twin sisters Shalee and Shyann Reynolds. Standing at 5-foot-9, their physical presence catches the eye. Chiseled from years competing in track and field, they look like machines. Many might even feel a twinge of envy, wondering, “Why can’t I be like those girls?”

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Creating Change through interACTion

By: Amy Maramba

In my first show for interACT, I played the role of the girlfriend who had been sexually assaulted. As I recited my last few words, “I just don’t know,” I immediately felt the mood of the classroom shift. The audience fell silent. And in that moment, I realized that I was there to serve a bigger purpose than my own.

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Best Places to Park On Campus

By: Elissa Saldana

One of the first things you will hear fellow classmates complain about is how difficult it is to find a parking space on campus. In fact, that was one of the first things I was warned about during my new student orientation. So, when my first day of classes arrived I was ready to spend a good 15 to 30 minutes looking for parking. But to my surprise I found a space pretty much immediately.

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