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On October 20, Pi Beta Phi will be hosting their first annual philanthropic crowning ceremony, Mr. Pi Phi. This is a new event that Pi Beta Phi hopes to organize annually to both raise awareness and money for their philanthropy, Read-Lead-Achieve.

October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month, which means it’s a busy time of the year for sorority women in Sigma Lambda Gamma. This year, the women have decided to make a larger effort in raising money for their philanthropy, the Susan. G. Komen Foundation, along with raising more awareness ab…

Stranger Scheele: You’re Next, an exhilarating and frightening student-run haunted house, is returning for its second year this Halloween season. It’s a free attraction located on campus in Scheele Hall. The haunted house will be up and running October 27 from 8 p.m. to 1 a.m., but the line …

Students in Television Producing and Directing, a communication course, are making their own pilot TV show episode this semester and are requesting input from Valpo students to make this production possible.

Rise'n Roll Bakery, 1320 Lincolnway, Valparaiso, cut the ribbon for it’s grand opening on Tuesday. Although the bakery has been open for a week, its grand opening ceremony officially kicked off the start of the company with prizes given out to customers.

Valparaiso University sororities celebrated 100 years of sisterhood during the month of October. The first sorority on campus, Alpha Phi Delta, was founded in October of 1917, which started a long tradition of thriving sorority life on campus.

The Social Action Leadership Team’s $4,000 Week, a week in which SALT intended to raise $4,000 through events that took place each day, ended the year with annually anticipated events Color 4 A Cause and the Battle of the Marks.

Women of Worth hosted a yoga and relaxation night as their last event of the year on April 26. The event was led by yoga instructor Sam Rus, who showed the group beginner moves as well as soothing music and breathing exercises.

Valpo students promote their Greek organization by rocking their favorite letters on campus. Handmade letters surely make an impression, as do the professional ones. From Star Wars to Doctor Who patterns, Valpo surely has a mixture of fun fabric-wearing students. As Tim Gunn, American TV per…

Alliance hosted their third annual Drag Show on Sunday, April 23. The theme for the event was “High Heels and Boy Bands.” It featured a couple of professional drag queens, including Dita Ritz, who was on Ru Paul’s Drag Show. Along with the professionals, a number of students performed. The s…

As I’m plugging along in the last few weeks of my college career, I’m realizing that I’m about to be thrust into the adult world headlong and nothing I can say or do will make it stop, which absolutely terrifies me.

The latest craze in entertainment has made its way to Valparaiso. Espionage Escape Rooms opened in January and is bringing a family-friendly twist to the hour-long adventure. Located off of Highway 30 next to Viking Chili Bowl, the escape room is creating a new way to interact with mystery a…

Floral patterns have found their way out of the closets of Valpo students and onto the sidewalks of campus. Floral is a typical spring wardrobe essential and seems to be suiting the Valpo community just fine. It keeps students fashionable and can always bring something fresh to the table. Fr…

It’s no secret that Valpo is home to some great family oriented restaurants and good eats. In downtown Valpo alone, you can’t go far without finding a new spot to grab a bite. One local restaurant provides a formal yet comfortable atmosphere for anyone who walks through the door. Paréa, 69 S…

Students serving on Valpo’s National Panhellenic Council and Interfraternity Council travelled to Indianapolis early this month for the Association of Fraternal Leadership and Values conference, where they were each recognized as national winners of the overall excellence award for their res…

More than $20,000 has been raised so far for the 2017 Polar Plunge at Valparaiso University to benefit Special Olympics Indiana. The seventh annual event is scheduled for Feb. 25 outside the Athletics-Recreation Center, and will benefit more than 12,000 athletes from around the state involve…