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Go big or go home: Private colleges fight waning enrollment

Go big or go home: Private colleges fight waning enrollment

Jetstream Staff, Simpson College

October 17, 2017

With a shrinking number of Iowans seeking higher educations, private institutions such as Simpson College find themselves in a dogfight for in-state students, many of whom...

Reach Out and Touch

Reach Out and Touch

Rashid Mohamed, Arapahoe Community College

October 5, 2017

Jordan Cooper sat slumped on the cold tiled floor, surrounded by meager earthly possessions, and two devoted yet weary dogs. She smiled candidly - albeit faintly dashed -...

“Show Me What a Family Looks Like”

“Show Me What a Family Looks Like”

Grant Mayfield, Saint Louis University

October 4, 2017

On Sunday, protesters marched down Grand Boulevard after Jason Stockley was found not guilty in the killing of Anthony Lamar Smith. As they marched towards Saint Louis University’s...

August Sky: Celestial bodies that bring us together

August Sky: Celestial bodies that bring us together

Sebastian Morris, Marshall University

August 28, 2017

36,135 days later, it happened again, and everyone ended their day with a story to tell. A total eclipse of the sun visible from almost anywhere in the continental U.S. occurre...

Burlesque challenges pop culture through ‘The Princess Bride’

Burlesque challenges pop culture through ‘The Princess Bride’

India Yarborough, Loyola University

August 24, 2017

Add a satirical twist to a nationally recognized film and you get what one Loyola alumna describes as a show that pushes boundaries. The Society of Sin — a New Orleans-...

Move-in day at Wichita State: Frustration, excitement, extra beds

Move-in day at Wichita State: Frustration, excitement, extra beds

Chance Swaim, Andrew Linnabary, and Jenna Farhat, Wichita State University

August 19, 2017

Move-in day at Wichita State was full of frustrations, excitement, and extra beds. As a result of Wichita State’s decision to close Fairmount Towers, 80 students have been mov...

Macon Rocks

Macon Rocks

August 17, 2017

It’s a hot and muggy summer day and the sky is about to open up for a downpour, but that isn’t s...

Middle Georgia welcomes first Freedom School

Middle Georgia welcomes first Freedom School

August 11, 2017

For students facing poverty today, summer break can be one devastating vacation. With no access to e...

Rolling on the River: Louisiana team wins competition to build floating school, partners with Cowen Institute

Rolling on the River: Louisiana team wins competition to build floating school, partners with Cowen Institute

May 11, 2017

When the school year begins in the fall of 2018, students will be filing into traditional classrooms...

Showcasing great student journalism from members of the SNO Network
Showcasing great student journalism from members of the SNO Network