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Rose Sunday Turns 104

“The ivy chain on Rose Sunday bound us together, In love’s sweet devotion for aye.” These lyrics from the senior song “A Spray of Laughter” sum up the true meaning of Rose Sunday. Rose Sunday … Continue reading Rose Sunday Turns 104


The Fresh Face of Judson

by Lela Ball Over the course of a mere summer, vast improvements have been made across campus. Julia Barron Hall has received a majority of the renovations: bathroom outlets were moved to more reachable and … Continue reading The Fresh Face of Judson


The One Who Runs the College

The Judson community might already be familiar with the words “she is the one who runs the college,” often said by Judson’s late president Dr. David Potts. That “she” is Mrs. Mary Ellen Clements, Potts’ … Continue reading The One Who Runs the College

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Karaoke Night

by Aqui Lacy, Staffwriter Judson and Marion Military Institute joined together to hold a karaoke night at Judson’s’ student center “The J” on January 24.  Groups of students from MMI and Judson all joined in … Continue reading Karaoke Night

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Snowmageddon: The Snow That Wasn’t

by Bama Porter, Opinion Editor On  January 29, the people of small town Marion, Alabama, experienced a blizzard that shall not be easily forgotten. All activities had been cancelled for that day. Students stayed up … Continue reading Snowmageddon: The Snow That Wasn’t

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