First Year Vibes: Giving yourself permission to rest

Anna-Catherine Kueng, Assistant Editor~

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Illustration by Nicole Freewalt

Due to the piling up of research papers, presentations, and final projects, I am sure students are aware that there is less than half of the semester left. I have been warned that November is a month where students start slacking off, and I have heard horror stories of A+ students whose grades dropped following Thanksgiving Break.

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New Exhibitions at the Duara

Anna-Catherine Kueng, Assistant Editor~

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Retrieved from email sent by Duara Gallery staff

Recently, the Daura Art Gallery introduced two new exhibitions, the Newest Americans: Photographs of Recent Immigrants and Chasing Bugs: Insects as Subject and Metaphor.

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The 4th Annual Vintage Holiday Market

Katherine Daniel, Editor in Chief~

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The 4th Annual Vintage Holiday Market will be hosted on November 9-11 in Forest, VA.

According to the New in Lynchburg website, “Join us for our 4th annual Vintage & Handmade Holiday Market November 9-11 at The White Brick House. FREE ADMISSION. Food truck by Uprooted (Saturday and Sunday, 11-3) & Katie’s Sweet Treats.”

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Hornets Make Dance Work

Grace Cavanaugh, Staff Writer~

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Illustration by Nicole Freewalt.

Dance Works will host their  fall concert on November 8th at 7:30 p.m. in the Dillard Theater. According to Jeff Wittman, Professor and Chair for Theatre, Dance Works is “[a] variety of dance styles performed in a one-night only fall showcase.”

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Hiking with wild ponies at Grayson Highlands

Anna-Catherine Kueng- Assistant Editor~

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This weekend, Nov. 3-4, the Outdoor Leadership Program (OLP) will be hosting a trip to Grayson Highlands in Grayson County, Virginia. According to an OLP email sent to students, “the beginner to intermediate hike will offer scenic views of alpine-like peaks more than 5,000 feet high.”

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