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Student government addresses newly presented and labeled bills

BY LAUREN RAMSEYER AND HANNAH CRITES

Franciscan University Student Government met Feb. 12 to address newly presented and tabled bills.

Before the close of the meeting, the senate was informed that Spring Bill 10, which allocated money for the trip to Conservative Political Action Conference, was found to be unconstitutional due to them previously allowing beneficiary senators to vote at the Jan. 29 meeting.

"We need to avoid the appearance of impropriety," said Colleen Leahy, one of the justices.

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Fiesta de la Noche: Valentine’s Day – Latino style

BY MELISSA SOLANO

Latinos for Christ hosted a Fiesta de la Noche on Feb. 14 to give those on campus something non-traditional to do for Valentine's Day. The event was full of vibrant energy the entire night.

Students overall enjoyed themselves and were pleasantly surprised by the event, which was held in the JC Williams Center.

"I had friends that were talking about it and said it would be really fun, so I decided to check it out," said freshman Ethan Jock.

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'Called to Love', students attend womanhood conference

BY KATHRYN CARNELL

edith stein"All of life is entrusted to woman," said Edwina Maksym as she looked out over the crowd during her presentation at the 9th annual Edith Stein Conference.

Franciscan University of Steubenville Women's Ministry and Center for Leadership took students to The University of Notre Dame for the Feb.7-8 conference, themed "Relationships and the Call to Love."

Maksym, director of general education at Lexington College in Chicago, presented her paper, "Relationality, Ethics of Care, and the Gift of Self."

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ResLife, students react to St. Thomas More Hall’s struggle to keep community kitchen clean

BY LAUREN RAMSEYER

St. Thomas More Hall has encountered problems with residents' sanitation in the community kitchen as well as stealing supplies and dorm property.

"I've been in ResLife for four years and (the kitchen) has always been a problem," said Emily Liuzza, resident coordinator for St. Thomas More Hall. "Whether just cleaning or even the bigger problem of people just taking things out of it until we don't have any more supplies."

For three consecutive nights before closing the kitchen, the resident assistants had spent over 40 minutes cleaning when it should have only taken them 10 to 15 minutes.

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Totus Tuus Maria household coffeehouse draw in big crowd

BY HANNAH CRITES

Staff Writer

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The JC Williams Center Atrium was a campus hotspot the night of Feb. 8 with students attending the Coffehouse Immaculata. Hosted by the woman's household Totus Tuus Maria, the coffee house centered on the Blessed Mother Mary and gave glory to the Lord through music.

TTM had 17 acts lined up for the night, including a video with testimonials from students about when they encountered the Blessed Mother, Marian Households singing their house hold songs, and several duets.

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