Monthly Archives: October 2015

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World Series Preview

It has been 205 days since Major League Baseball’s Opening Day, the day where everyone has a chance to win it all. 2,461 games later, all but two teams’ chances of taking the Commissioner’s trophy have vanished. Today’s game will be the start of the 111th World Series, as the New York Mets go on…

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Drag-O-Ween

Happy Drag-O-Ween! Come one, come all to this spooky event where gender expression knows no boundaries! The Pride Alliance and The Pride Center will be hosting the sixth annual Drag-O-Ween party this Thursday, Oct. 29th from 8 p.m. to 10p.m. in Orton. “Drag-O-Ween is important because it provides a safe space for people to have…

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Green Week: Fall 2015

Environmentalists! This upcoming week marks the next installment of Green Week: a week-long series of sustainability-themed events held on and off campus. It will take place between Monday, Oct. 26 and Saturday, Oct. 31. Green Week is a collaborative effort by University of Redlands clubs, organizations, and Greek life to educate and involve students on…

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The Hunting Ground

On Tuesday, Oct. 27, there will be a screening of “The Hunting Ground” in Orton Center at 6 p.m. This documentary was written and directed by Academy Award nominated and two-time Emmy Award winner, Kirby Dick, and released in January 2015. Dick is most known for “The Invisible War” (2012), a documentary that focuses on the…

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New Works Festival

It’s one thing to go see a famous play or work. And it’s another to go see an original work written and directed by a playwright who’s still unknown and so close to my own age. A variety of original works were assembled by the students of the University of Redlands Theatre Arts Department for…

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How is the University of Redlands responding to the California Drought?

The California Drought poses a major threat to our environment. Overpopulation, production and consumption, and climate change have all been driving factors towards the decrease in water. California is the biggest agricultural producer for the United States. But while farming is one of the largest culprits of water use, many businesses have been sucking the…

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