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  • ‘Personable’ Bernanke provides financial advice

    Former Federal Reserve Chairmen Ben Bernanke discussed his role in aiding the country’s revival from economic downfall and gave students financial tips Monday

  • Five decades of Phenomenal Women

    University and community changers say USI still feels like home

  • Opportunity to strenghten leadership arrises for Durham

    Being a leader is a role junior defender McKinsey Durham has always seemed to fit into well

News

A voice for students: Three vie for SGA presidency

A voice for students: Three vie for SGA presidency

For the first time in four years, more than one candidate is fighting for the Student Government Association’s presidential seat. The Shield sat down with both candidates to see what their plans are for the prestigious position and how they hope to improve the USI community. Bueltel looks to establish SGA as

March 3, 2015 No Comments

Sports

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‘This isn’t a joke’: Official club sport to host first tournament

The USI Quidditch team is excited for the opportunity to show the USI community what it is all about. The team, which was founded in 2013, is a member of U.S. Quidditch, the governing body for Quidditch in the United States. Almost 200 teams around the U.S., including USI’s, are members

March 25, 2015 No Comments

Features

Monologues provoke laughter, tears, orgasms

Monologues provoke laughter, tears, orgasms

This year’s monologues will feature USI faculty members including assistant professor of criminal justice Melinda Roberts, associate professor of philosophy Mary Lyn Stoll and instructor in English Alice Shen

February 25, 2015 No Comments

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Reviews

Cinderella: Disney remake lacks magic

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March 18, 2015 No Comments.

Cinderella is long but… harmless. In an effort to keep up with a post-Frozen world of Disney films, a modern era where two people can’t marry after fifteen minutes of conversation, Cinderella shifts focus off of the titular character. This update to the Disney animated film re-frames the story to
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