Thoughts on Elihu Stout, establisher of the first newspaper in Indiana

Mason Morancey

April 25, 2018

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In 1804 the first newspaper in Indiana was erected by a man named Elihu Stout. Stout, a New Jersey native, moved to Vincennes in order to aid William Henry Harrison who was in dire need for a printing press so that government docume...

New York Times bestselling author Ira Wagler visits Vincennes University

Shae Hulen

April 17, 2018

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On Tues, April 3, Ira Wagler gave a lecture on his book “Growing Up Amish: A Memoir.” The talk was part of the VU College of Humanities Film and Lecture Series. Wagler was born in 1961 in the small Old Order Amish communi...

Tiffany Mitchenor speaks boldly at ‘Sex Signals: the Hook-Up’ for Sexual Assault Awareness Month

DeeShawnte Jefferson

April 11, 2018

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In honor of April being Sexual Assault Awareness Month, on Wed, April 4, Tiffany Mitchenor from Chicago, Illinois, came to give VU students the “sex talk.” During the presentation, titled “Sex Signals: The Hook Up,” s...

Students of Christian Campus Fellowship use Spring Break to help rebuild homes in Texas destroyed by Hurricane Harvey

Reid McClure

March 28, 2018

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It has been seven months since Hurricane Harvey has struck the state of Texas last fall. It is considered one of the biggest hurricane disasters in recent years. Many lives have been affected by this hurricane. In light of thi...

Club spotlight: Agriculture Club

Kami Minnich

March 28, 2018

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The Agriculture Club has been part of Vincennes University for a while. They host a number of events and fundraisers and spend a good deal of their time in community service. The Trailblazer recently interviewed Nic Richter, Roches...

National Players hold combat acting workshop

Khadijah Doumbia

March 28, 2018

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“We Weh Wa” is what students shouted as they engaged at the National Players combat acting workshop held in Vincennes University Red Skelton Performing Arts Center on Tuesday, March 20. At this event students got to learn a series...

Employers’ Perspective of Resumes and Interviews

Dreyn S. Price

March 28, 2018

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On Wednesday Feb. 21, the VU Center for Career and Employer Relations held a resume and interview workshop, which discussed the employers’ view of resumes and interviews and what they are looking for in them. Students were enco...

Film and Lecture series continues with highlighting Irena Sendler

Noah Dalton

March 28, 2018

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The second event in the Vincennes University College of  Humanities Film and Lecture series took place honoring Irena Sendler. Sendler was a Polish nurse during World War II who helped many Jewish people escape Nazi persecution....

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