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Streaking Prank Leaves No One Laughing

Students were shocked today when a naked freshman burst from the  O’Brian Applied Sciences south elevator yesterday. Sean O’Malley exited the elevator on the second floor and ran clear across the hallway to the men’s bathroom, shrieking and screaming as he did so. “I don’t see what the big deal is. Everyone’s stressed out, the […]

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Final’s Stress

It’s that time of year again. Finals are here. Most students suffer some stress from final anxiety, but some really have a difficult time adjusting. “I throw up before every test,” reported Junior Tasha Pemberton, an English major. “I can’t sleep. I can’t eat, and I suffer dry heaves.” “This is fairly common,” stated Dr. […]

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Engineering Major Missing

ETU Mechanical Engineering major Susan Fong was reported missing on May 29th had Pinebox PD has yet to uncover any evidence as to her whereabouts. According to friends, Fong was seen as late as the morning of the 29th in and around the Applied Sciences building. “Since she found the body a couple of weeks […]

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Pinebox Diner to Reopen

In the 1960s, the Pinebox Diner was a meeting place for Raven’s students, locals, and was known as having the best fresh pies in all of East Texas. However, in 1974, the Pinebox Diner shut its doors after thirteen years of serving our fair city. The owner, Tim Simmons, disappeared and as there was no […]

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Fires Baffle Ninevah Investigators

The town of Ninevah has experienced several unexplained fires in the past month and  Fire Chief Levins is stumped.  “We just don’t know what’s causing these fires.  They do not appear to be maliciously set, and there is no source that we have been able to identify.” The fires have “spontaneously” broken out throughout the […]

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Vandals Stealing Local Scarecrows

The crows of Golan County are happy. More than a dozen local farmers have reported the theft of their scarecrows to the Sheriff’s office. The missing mannequins have been from all across the county, from a corn field in Cavalas to a decorative scarecrow taken from a front yard in the Indian Summer trailer park. […]

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