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Nathan’s library: Week 2: A Heartbreaking Work of Staggering Genius

Nathan Graham, Sports Editor

November 26

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Without of doubt, the books that connect with the reader, are the ones that make us feel emotions. Not just the over anxious feeling over turning what is going to happen on the next page, but joy, sadness, fear, and anger. A Heartbreaking...

Nathan’s library: Week 1: The Last Kingdom

Nathan Graham, Sports Editor

November 20

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In school, my favorite subject was History. I took every history class available, and became a total history buff. So it comes as no surprise that my favorite book category is Historical fiction. Historical fiction presents...

This day in history: November 20

November 20

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1789: New Jersey ratifies the Bill of Rights; the first state to do so. 1910: An armed revolt, initiated by Francisco Madero, commences against the president of Mexico, Porfirio Diaz. 1945: The Nuremberg Trials against 25 German wa...

This day in history: November 13

November 13

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1775: US forces of the American Revolution captured Montreal under the command of General Richard Montgomery. 1927: The world's first long, mechanically ventilated underwater tunnel, the Holland Tunnel, opens between New York and New...

This day in history: November 7

Gage Scurlock, Editor-in-Chief

November 7

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1874: Thomas Nast first depicts the Republican Party with an elephant in a political cartoon featured in Harper's Weekly magazine. 1916: Jeannette Rankin of Minnesota becomes the first woman elected to congress. 1917: The Ru...

This day in history: October 29

Gage Scurlock, Editor-in-Chief

October 29

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"Those who don't know history are destined to repeat it." - Edmund Burke October 29, 1682 William Penn, founder of Pennsylvania, first moved to Pennsylvania. October 29, 1787 Mozart debuted his opera, Don Giovanni, in...

Loufest adds flavor to local music scene

Katie Williams, ECHO Mag Editor-In-Chief

September 17

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Music, as defined by dictionary.com, is “an art of sound in time that expresses ideas and emotions in significant forms through the elements of rhythm, melody, harmony and color.” Music is so much more than that. It is so...

Grahl’s Restraurant Raves and Reviews

Sarah Grahl, Staff Writer

April 8

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Rolla could easily be considered the restaurant capitol of South Central Missouri. With its wide variety of dining choices, Missouri S&T also helps bring in a cultural diverse culinary experience that is unique to the Rolla...

The Netflix Effect

Wilson Bryan, Sports Editor

April 8

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The entertainment industry is undoubtedly one of the largest pieces of the economy, encompassing a rather large portion of the industry of the United States. The music, movie, and gaming industry generate massive amounts of revenue,...

Dancers prepare for spring competition season

Maggie Duncan, Staff Writer

March 5

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When thinking of spring and winter sports, the most commonly thought of are basketball, girls’ soccer, boy’s tennis, and track. A frequently overlooked activity exists in the three competition dance teams existing in Rolla. Sophomore...

Spring forward into theatre with the production of Sabrina Fair

Iqra Choudhry, Managing Editor

March 5

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The Spring Play is almost here after months of preparations and rehearsals. It runs March 7-9 at 7p.m. The cost is five dollars. “The play is Sabrina Fair by Samuel Taylor. This is one of my favorite stories and I’ve always...

Sophie’s Scrumdidlyumptious Confectionery Cooking- January

Sophie Hollenbeck, News Editor

February 6

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I'm quite certain that at some point or another, everyone has heard the term, “Don't judge a book by its cover.” Some people take the phrase literally, others figuratively, but regardless of how one interprets the phrase;...

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