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Patriot sluggers sweep Pirates in PBC opener

Jessica Imbimbo, Editor-in-Chief

After a come-from-behind 5-4 win on Saturday, Feb. 21, the FMU Patriot baseball team kept rolling and defeated the No. 14 ranked Armstrong State Pirates... READ MORE »»

Caption: Shortstop Zach Callahan went 2-for-4 against Armstrong on Sunday. He averages .424 at the plate so far this season.

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Heritage program interprets history through dance

Katrina Moses, Staff Writer

FMU’s Multicultural Advisory Board hosted their annual Black Heritage Program featuring a performance by the Justine Roberts Performing Arts Academy... READ MORE »»

Caption: Dancers from the Justine Roberts Performing Arts Academy range in age from 12-18 years old.

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Professor Spotlight: Dr. Tim Shannon

Lauren Cole, Staff Writer

Professor of biology, Tim Shannon, has been dedicated to the field of biology ever since he could walk. Shannon embraced his science courses throughout... READ MORE »»

Caption: Dr. Tim Shannon says he loves teaching because it allows him to share his knowledge with others. He also enjoys explaining how and why things are the way they are.

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FMU crowns homecoming royalty

Lauren Cole, Staff Writer

Junior Samuel Smoot from Irmo, S.C., and senior Domonique Dotson from Columbia, S.C., were named the 2015 FMU homecoming king and queen on Feb. 21. The... READ MORE »»

Caption: Domonique Dotson and Samuel Smoot were crowned homecoming king and queen after the men’s basketball game on Feb. 21.

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HOMECOMING

Lauren Cole, Staff Writer

Homecoming events were at the center of conversations this time of year, uniting current students, faculty, alumni and the Pee Dee region for one purpose... READ MORE »»

Caption: During the Homecoming parade, 22 organizations decorated golf carts and walked along the streets of campus.

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Fine arts department recreates “The Fantasticks”

Rachel Droze & Christian McMillan, Staff Writers

FMU department of fine arts presented “The Fantasticks” from Feb. 18-22 at the Performing Arts Center. The cast consisted of FMU students interested in musical theater.... read story

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YGB choir takes stage in national rights event

Katrina Moses, Staff Writer

FMU’s Young Gifted and Blessed Gospel Choir (YGB) traveled to Chicago on Feb. 26 to sing at the Rev. Jesse Jackson’s Rainbow PUSH (People United to Save Humanity) Coalition. “We... read story

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FMU community tackles taxes

Rebecca Cross, Managing Editor

Tax season is here, and throughout the semester, FMU accounting students are offering for those needing guidance in preparing their state and federal taxes On Wednesday until... read story

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FMU presents G-Week

Rachel Droze, Assistant Editor

FMU will host its first Gender Week (G-Week) to raise awareness about gender issues March 9-13. “The purpose of G-Week is to draw attention to gender related issues such... read story

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Coalition honors members, students

Rachel Droze, Assistant Editor

On Thursday, Feb. 12, the FMU African-American Faculty and Staff Coalition (Coalition) hosted their 20th Anniversary Celebration Gala at the Performing Arts Center (PAC) to... read story

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USC-Aiken Pacers crash homecoming party, eliminate Patriots from PBC playoffs pt.2

Brandon Rybak, Sports Writer

On Saturday, Feb. 21, 2015, the FMU lady Patriots took to the hardwood for the final time this season at the Smith University Center. The crowd was jumping, and coach Jay... read story

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USC-Aiken Pacers crash homecoming party, eliminate Patriots from PBC playoffs pt.1

Brandon Rybak, Sports Writer

The gym was packed to maximum capacity and the crowd was jammed shoulder-to-shoulder ready to cheer on the Patriots. It wasn’t a clash of two Atlantic Coast Conference teams.... read story

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