The student news site of Hamline University.

The Oracle

The student news site of Hamline University.

The Oracle

The student news site of Hamline University.

The Oracle

HUSC Happenings
HUSC Happenings
Cal Athmann, Junior News Editor • April 16, 2024

While rain poured down in sheets outside, the Hamline Undergraduate Student Congress (HUSC) General Assembly meeting commenced. As students,...

Teaser for Writers Go to the Movies event,
Or if you just want a cool planet
From Hamline to Mars: Artists discuss Nikki Giovanni
Rea Clark, Reporter • April 16, 2024

With the projector screen out, fresh popcorn popping and a table full of candy, The Hive Collaborative...

Kicking it at Kublai Khan: what is moshing?
Kicking it at Kublai Khan: what is moshing?
Liv Degendorfer, Reporter • April 16, 2024

To those who have not encountered it, moshing and other punk show antics can be a very strange...

Daves Hot Chicken exterior
New chicken joint opens on Ford Parkway
Max Ridenour, Life Reporter • April 16, 2024

A new restaurant opened its doors on Ford Parkway this spring, serving up hot chicken...

You can’t spell free without fee
You can’t spell free without fee
Cal Athmann April 15, 2024

Over the past few weeks, the issue of funding the Food Resource Center (FRC) has...

The keynote speech was given by Dr. Cori Bazemore-James, who shed light on the importance of native activism in higher education.
Acknowledging the land on which we gather
Alex Bailey, Junior News Editor • April 10, 2024

Hosted by the Hedgeman Center, this year’s annual Social Justice Symposium (SJS)...

Showcasing Black storytelling through film
Showcasing Black storytelling through film
Cal Athmann, News Reporter • April 10, 2024

Close friends, family members and students came together to discuss the past, present...

Students had the opportunity to shovel asphalt into a pothole during their tour of the Saint Paul asphalt plant, the first tour the facility has hosted.
The backbones of society
Sabine Benda, News Editor • April 10, 2024

Students in Anthropology of Infrastructure visit public works facilities around the...

Letters to the Editor
Letters to the Editor
April 10, 2024

To the Editor of The Oracle, I work for my local district council, and an ongoing...

HUSC Happenings
Alex Bailey, Junior News Editor • April 10, 2024

While the sun shone and the wind blew outside, the Hamline Undergraduate Student...

Baseball splits double header with St. John’s
Peter Schmitz, Sports Reporter • April 9, 2024

Hamline split Monday’s home doubleheader against the Johnnies of St. John’s. Game...

Baseball takes care of Macalester in home opener
Peter Schmitz, Multimedia Creator • April 6, 2024

Hamline completed a two game sweep of the Macalester Scots during Thursday’s double...

Native storytelling fuels conversation
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Native storytelling fuels conversation
March 26, 2024

March’s Community Conversation featured four Native American writers; Halee Kirkwood, Anthony Ceballos, Diane Wilson and Art Coulson, who shared...

Coach Hayes and company meet during a timeout in a thrilling MIAC title game where the Pipers fell by just one point.
Featured Stories
Reliving the Pipers' best season in four decades
February 29, 2024

The Pipers men’s basketball squad wrapped up their season this past weekend, signifying a new era of Piper basketball. The Starting five of...

A reflection on Black History Month
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A reflection on Black History Month
February 29, 2024

Black history is a fascinating and intricate tapestry woven with threads of resilience, triumph, and inspiration. It spans centuries and continents,...

Faculty Spotlight: Mike Reynolds
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Faculty Spotlight: Mike Reynolds
February 29, 2024

Through consistent, thorough and rigorous involvement with Hamline and the Midway community, Mike Reynolds has cemented himself as an influential...

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