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Schnipke: My obsession with tomato sauce

Schnipke: My obsession with tomato sauce

Emily Schnipke, Managing Editor
August 23
Filed under Columns, Opinion

Last weekend, my family canned tomatoes. If you’ve never made homemade tomato juice, sauce or whole tomatoes, you probably don’t know that hot tomatoes smell. The scent gets into your clothes, your hair and your skin. No amount of scrubbing gets rid of the tomato. I’ll forever smell like the acidic...

Bridging the cultural divide

Maisha Rashid, Opinion Editor
April 20
Filed under Culture Clash, Special, Top Stories

Thinking about diversity makes you distinguish some very personal and intricate details about yourself. It makes you really look at your identity and realize it isn’t just a plain account your experiences and surroundings. Rather, you realize you are bigger than just you; you are a converging point...

Jewish religion and culture celebrated

Jewish religion and culture celebrated

Ashley Diel, Staff Reporter
April 22
Filed under News, Top Stories

An armed self-defense class, free falafel and a movie night — while all seemingly unrelated, they are all a part of this year’s Jewish Heritage Month on campus. The Jewish campus organization, Hillel, has been putting on events all month for students to be able to learn more about the Jewish religion...

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