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MC gamers host murder mystery dinners

Posted by on Nov 8, 2017 in Arts/Entertainment, Feature Slider | 0 comments

Murder. Mystery. Dinner. Combine the three and you have an ominously enjoyable festivity hosted by the Maryville College Gamers club. This past weekend, Oct. 28-29, MC Gamers hosted two murder mystery dinner party events – the Walgrave Astoria Costume Ball and the Ravenwood Masquerade. Both events came with separate mysteries, and attendance was limited to a small group of fifteen people in order to foster a more tightly-knit environment. Each participant was given a character role, as well as a few pre-game tasks to complete before the event. Highlighted in this article is the Ravenwood Masquerade event, a mystery centered around the locals of the fictional town of Bloodworth Falls. This event took place at the House in the Woods and required that all participants wear masks. The event began with an introductory period where attendees were given the...

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MC Scoreboard for Sports

Posted by on Nov 8, 2017 in Sports | 0 comments

Football Sat. Nov. 4th against Lagrange —————————————————–35-23 Win Men’s Soccer Sat. Nov. 4th against N.C. Wesleyan———————————————–1-0 Loss Women’s Soccer Fri. Nov. 3rd against Meredith——————————————————–2-1 Loss Volleyball Fri. Nov. 3rd against Averett———————————————————-3-0 Loss Men’s Cross Country Sat. Oct. 28th Conference Race—————————————————–5th of 11 Women’s Cross Country Sat. Oct. 28th Conference Race—————————————————–5th of 15 Men’s Golf Mon-Tue Oct 30-31st Maryville College Fall Invitational———————–1st of 4 Women’s Golf Mon-Tue Oct 30-31st Maryville College Fall Invitational———————–7th of...

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Float Forever: Homecoming Photos

Posted by on Oct 25, 2017 in Feature Slider, Photos | 0 comments


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Knoxville marches in solidarity with DREAMers

Posted by on Oct 11, 2017 in Feature Slider, Features | 0 comments

With news of the rescindment of Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) reaching people around the U.S., many have chosen to reach out to their communities and organize protests against the decision. One such protest took place on Sunday, Oct. 1, in the form of a march and rally organized by Knoxville Dreamers and Allies of Knoxville’s Immigrant Neighbors, in partnership with a few other organizations local to Knoxville. Supporters of DACA gathered at a courthouse in downtown Knoxville in preparation. Before the march began, Patricia Robledo, a representative from the Mayor’s Office, spoke on behalf of Knoxville Mayor Madeline Rogero on the issue of DACA as it pertains to those affected in the East Tennessee area. “[Mayor Rogero] supports a continuation of DACA and the right of DREAMers to fully participate in the life of our community and...

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Reputable hurricane charities

Posted by on Sep 27, 2017 in News | 0 comments

In times of great disaster, many people are driven to help others affected by catastrophic events in any way possible. One of the most common ways to provide support and assistance, especially when distance acts as a barrier, is through the donation of money and supplies to relief funds. The American Red Cross is an organization historically heralded as being a credible and reliable relief charity and is currently being spotlighted once more amidst news of back-to-back hurricanes and tropical storms. However, the Red Cross has come under fire over the past years for reportedly failing to make sufficient use of their donations and providing the bare minimum of support to areas affected by disaster. This has prompted many people to search for other more reputable, and ideally local, charities and organizations. Below are some charities specific to the...

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