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Powers wins presentation award

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By Emily Losito News Editor Three hundred people stared back at Jordan Powers at the Rustbelt RNA Meeting in Cleveland, Ohio. The meeting took place from Oct. 14 to 15. Powers, a junior biochemistry major at St. Bonaventure, gave a presentation titled “RNA-seq data analysis revealed a novel role of SR45 in plant innate immunity.”…

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Senior showcases talent

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By Tate M. Slaven Staff Writer   There comes a point in a student’s journey at Bonaventure when he or she must plan for the day they have to leave the home they’ve created for themselves here, only to begin anew somewhere else.  A student must compile all the knowledge and experience gained and package…

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‘Outcasts’ culmination

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By Jillian Hammell  Staff Writer   The words on the pages of this year’s All Bonaventure Reads selection, “In The Sanctuary Of Outcasts,” took on new meaning in the Doyle Dining Hall on Wednesday. Freshmen students filled two conference rooms with their “In The Sanctuary Of Outcasts” projects. The poster conference contained more than 25…

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‘Series’ teaches students to appreciate complexities of language

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By Kevin Cooley Contributing Writer Words arranged deliberately have the power to entrance masses. The English Department’s Writers Series proved this claim, as two more professional writers read their works on campus within a week of one another. Gregory Betts, a contemporary Canadian poet, performed selections of his work in the Dresser Auditorium April 19.…

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Students voice poetic prowess in latest ‘slam’ competition

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By Matthew Laurrie Assistant Features Editor With the lights dimmed, anxious audience members gazed toward the stage. A spotlight centered and the Garret Theater came alive with poetry at the commencement of St. Bonaventure’s fourth poetry slam. The Slam Poetry Club recently adopted “There is no excuse for art” as its catchphrase. It embodies the…

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Poet enlightens audience with words of wisdom

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By Elizabeth Pray Staff Writer “When you go to places, the things you are supposed to see are not what stay with you.” Peter Makuck said these words while onstage at the Garret Theater Wednesday night discussing how the small details on a trip can become the unexpected details of a poem. Makuck, a nationally…

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