Education
Education
Discover all FAFSA-eligible schools globally
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If you’re looking for every FAFSA-eligible school in the world, then you’re in the right place. Whether you’
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Education
Tips for Quick & Effective French Learning while Studying Abroad
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Studying abroad can be an exciting opportunity to immerse yourself in a new culture and language. If you have chosen to study
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Education
Discover the Wonders of Scotland while Studying Abroad
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Scotland is a captivating and beautiful country located in the northern part of the United Kingdom. It is renowned for its
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Education
Seven Smart Reasons to Study in the Czech Republic
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The Czech Republic is becoming an increasingly popular destination for international students, and for good reason.
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News
News
What are your New Year’s resolutions?
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The year of 2020 was full of surprises, let downs and millions of memories. Every year brings us new adventures and challenges.
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ACC Championship leaves North Carolina due to HB2
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On Sept. 15, the Atlantic Coast Conference (ACC) announced that every neutral site conference championship game would be
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The necessity of final exam meeting period requirements
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By Meg Thomson, Staff Writer// Over the last few years, professors and students have expressed irritation and disapproval
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Tapingo is a product of our generation’s habits
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First off, how do you even pronounce the company’s name? Is it “Tap ‘n go,” or said all in one word, “Tapingo?
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Sports
Sports
Q&A with SGA president president-elect
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Alexandra Archuleta will take over as the SGA president starting in fall 2023. The Campus Chronicle sat down with her to
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Sports
‘Orange is the New Black’ star Lea DeLaria visits HPU
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On April 17, High Point University had the distinct pleasure of hosting “Orange is the New Black” star Lea DeLaria for a
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Sports
Ed Sheeran proves irresistible in new album ‘Divide’
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If there is any artist out there who could manage to go completely off the grid for an entire year, pop back in to announce
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Sports
Are HPU students concerned about sustainability?
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At the Student Government Association’s bi-semester University Community Affairs Board meeting on March 16, students were
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Opinion
Opinion
‘La La Land:’ It’s no ‘Singin’ in the Rain’
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A younger, more scheming version of myself lived for musical theatre. I grew up in the stage wings and spent my birthdays
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Opinion
Juliette Gabriel exemplifies community service values at HPU
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High Point University greatly emphasizes volunteering and service in the community, something HPU junior Juliette Gabriel
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HPU men’s lacrosse 2023 season preview
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High Point University’s men’s lacrosse team has just entered their fifth NCAA season. This year, the team will play without
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Opinion
Student club meets with To Write Love on Her Arms founder
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On Feb. 8, eight members of High Point University’s To Write Love on Her Arms UChapter attended “Pain, Hope, Questions and
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Organizations
Organizations
Q&A on Ceramist Fred Johnston
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Fred Johnston is an internationally-respected ceramicist who creates stunning and often surprising pieces by questioning
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Organizations
Celebrating the Chinese New Year in America
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On Friday, Jan. 27, The Global Student Association teamed up with Campus Activities Team and Campus Hospitality to celebrate
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Organizations
A final farewell from the senior editors (Liz Reichart)
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To begin to count the many ways in which the Campus Chronicle has made a formative impact on my university experience would
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HPU to host seventh annual Business Plan Competition
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For the last six years, the Center for Entrepreneurship at High Point University has hosted a Business Plan Competition that
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A&E
A&E
Baseball fans shocked at death of José Fernández
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On Sunday, Sept. 25, two-time National League All-Star José Fernández was killed in a boating accident near the coast of
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A&E
Changing the Conversation on Yik Yak for good
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Of all the double-edged swords that young adults presently face, surely the one that cuts the deepest is Yik Yak.
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A&E
Local man takes an unconventional walk down victory lane
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Randy Rogers bows his head toward the uneven pavement, looking up every once in a while with a smile on his clean, yet unshaven face.
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Alcohol Awareness Week teaches students alcohol safety
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Alcohol safety is a concern on college campuses across the country. In one of the many measures that High Point University
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