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New Pizza Ranch caters to all tastes

by Sam Dearden/Staff Writer

April 14

Filed under Features

I had never been to Pizza Ranch before this assignment and I was unsure of what to expect. I had heard mixed reviews of the restaurant and the food. Overall though, my visit was worthwhile and I would definitely go again. A frie...

March aims to educate about discrimination

by Hanna Russmann/Staff Writer

April 7

Filed under Features

Students will gather tomorrow at 3:30 p.m. in the Circle of Knowledge to help end the -isms during the seventh annual March of the Isms. Once everyone has assembled, the march will start and participants will walk down to the Town Sq...

Taking the plunge for worthy cause

by Dana Lain/Staff Writer

April 7

Filed under Features

The fourth annual Polar Plunge in Warren County will be held this Saturday and several teams from Simpson are ready to jump into the freezing water of Lake Ahquabi. Simpson's connection with the Polar Plunge began four years ago wh...

Perry’s ‘Married’ delivers heartfelt message

by Kati Herr/Staff Writer

April 7

Filed under Features

A twisted story of love, deception, heartache and death unfolds in Tyler Perry's "Why Did I Get Married Too?". It begins as what looks like a film about family, marriage and communication but quickly turns for the worst when Jane...

Drag show draws diverse acts

by Hanna Russmann/Staff Writer

March 24

Filed under Features

As spring is fast approaching, it's that time of year again for the LGBTQA drag show.  This is the drag show's seventh year in production and it is scheduled for Tuesday, April 6 at 8 p.m. in the BSC Gallery. The show will feat...