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THIS WEEK FASHION PHOTO FEATURE – BIRDS OF A DIFFERENT FEATHER – Sara Kinninmont’s Japanese adventure reveals the outrageous fashion scene of Harajuku station. HERE COMES THE RAIN AGAIN – Bill Pollett has plenty of rainy-day free time on his hands, but he puts it to good use crafting this informal dictionary of precipitation. Want… Read more »

FASHION PHOTO FEATURE – Birds of a Different Feather

Harajuku Station, and the area surrounding it, was once home to the 1964 Tokyo Olympics. The area has morphed over the years to host competitions of an entirely different kind; it is now home to the teen Fashionistas of the city. Although there are no medals given out to these competitors, often the acknowledgement and… Read more »

ANNUAL READER SURVEY!

This is the first Voice Annual Reader Survey in years! Your input is vital to help the Voice maintain relevance to its diverse audience, and it is also necessary in order to show that The Voice is read and enjoyed by AU students. At this time, we have no demographics on Voice readers. In order… Read more »

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THIS WEEK NATURE NOTES – Fall or something like it. – What does the transition from summer to winter really symbolize? Zoe Dalton digs for the true meaning of autumn, and it’s got nothing to do with turkey! WHAT DO YOU HAVE TO OFFER BESIDES YOUR EDUCATION – Is a university degree enough? Shannon Maguire… Read more »

ANNUAL READER SURVEY!

This is the first Voice Annual Reader Survey in years! Your input is vital to help the Voice maintain relevance to its diverse audience, and it is also necessary in order to show that The Voice is read and enjoyed by AU students. At this time, we have no demographics on Voice readers. In order… Read more »

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THIS WEEK YOU DON’T WANT TO WIN $300? There are just three weeks left to enter for the first Voice writing contest. Responses to the non-fiction category have been weak, which is surprising, since so many of you have opinions on how AU could be better run. C’mon, how hard can it be? Just tell… Read more »

The first ever Voice writing contest!

THE FIRST VOICE MAGAZINE WRITING CONTEST! $600 in scholarships to be awarded $300 each in the fiction and non-fiction categories Write for The Voice and win money for your education. The Voice is launching its very first writing contest, with categories for both fiction, and non fiction. Non-Fiction: In 1500 words or less, tell us… Read more »

ANNUAL READER SURVEY!

This is the first Voice Annual Reader Survey in years! Your input is vital to help the Voice maintain relevance to its diverse audience, and it is also necessary in order to show that The Voice is read and enjoyed by AU students. At this time, we have no demographics on Voice readers. In order… Read more »

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THIS WEEK AND IF ANYONE OBJECTS TO THIS UNION: “Reform and PC, sitting in a tree:” The question is quickly moving from “Will they or won’t they” to “Who gets to wear the pants?” Trevor Siwak provides his perspective on how this right-wing tryst will alter the nature of the parties involved. Reformers beware! THE… Read more »

ANNUAL READER SURVEY!

This is the first Voice Annual Reader Survey in years! Your input is vital to help the Voice maintain relevance to its diverse audience, and it is also necessary in order to show that The Voice is read and enjoyed by AU students. At this time, we have no demographics on Voice readers. In order… Read more »