Social Media Activism is Apathy

Americans don’t care about Paris. Not really. For most of us it’s an abstract concept glimpsed only in movies. For a few it’s a fond memory from a study abroad. For even fewer it’s actually a distinct place with a personal connection. On Nov. 13, when approximately six separate...
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NDNU Blood Drive

On November 16, 2015 Stanford Blood Center held a Blood Drive from 1-4pm in Saint Joseph’s Lounge. Forty five attendees came to this year’s drive, an increase from last year’s attendees during this year’s fall Blood Drive, and thirty six. Surprisingly almost all were first time...
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Halloween In The Tenderloin

Belmont, CA, November 5, 2015— Hundreds of witches, wizards, superheroes, princesses and other critters invaded San Francisco’s Tenderloin District, candy buckets in hand, parents in tow, to embark upon an experience sure to remain in the memories of every child in attendance....
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Intruder Alert

On Oct. 5, 2015 at 2:25, Two NDNU Public Safety Officers were conducting a vehicle patrol when stopped by a NDNU student and was advised of a suspicious male. The student described the person wearing a black shirt with black camo shorts with a red bag under his arm. The student...
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Picasso Himself- Joe Hill

October 9, 2015- Picasso at the Lapine Agile had a successful run featuring their cast comprised of NDNU undergraduate actors who were joined by NDNU alumnus Johnny Vilar and visiting Artist George Metroplus. Cynthia Delgado was the Production Stage Manager. Picasso at the Lapin...
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Safety or Hazard?

Monday, September 14, 2015- On Wednesday on September 9th, Resident Assistants reported to Kenneth Blackwell, Director of Public Safety, that a fire alarm was going off on the first floor, coming from West 12- the fire panel noted nothing out of the ordinary and let the fire...
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