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Royal Purple advertising manager Mitchell Grinyer works out the newspaper's quarterly budget Friday, Oct. 23 at the office in McCutchan Hall

October 25, 2020

Dear Campus Community,  As we take on this pandemic very seriously, the Royal Purple would like to create a safe and welcoming environment. We’ve been busy online and socially distanced in person at the Royal Purple in our meetings. The Advertising Department of the Royal Purple has also changed u...

Phi Beta Sigma op-ed

October 25, 2020

My name is Neil McCants, I'm the President of Phi Beta Sigma Fraternity, Inc. and the President of the National Pan-Hellenic Council.  Chapter statement on taking precaution to stay safe during the pandemic: As a chapter we have decided to have 90% of our meetings and events virtually to reduce the chances of ...

Top Stories for the Week of January 25th!

January 24, 2017

Welcome back to the new semester! Check out this week's top stories of the Royal Purple. It includes new stories, new editors, and more fun!

Top Stories for the Week of December 14th!

December 13, 2016

Hey guys, check out this week's top stories of the Royal Purple. Last one until Spring Semester!

Top Stories for the Week of November 30th!

November 29, 2016

Take a sneak peek of this week's top stories of the Royal Purple. They will really fascinate you!

Top Stories of the Week for October 26th, Halloween Edition!

October 25, 2016

Check out this week's sneak peak of the Royal Purple. It's scary excellent!

Top Stories of the Week for October 17th to October 21st!

Top Stories of the Week for October 17th to October 21st!

October 18, 2016

Check out the sneak peek of stories to come by the Royal Purple on Wednesday, October 19th.

Classroom Mandatory Participation Policy

Classroom Mandatory Participation Policy

Dusty Hartl, Opinions Editor

October 5, 2016

Everyone has been there. There is always one professor each semester that has a mandatory participation policy. When participation factors into a student’s final grade, there is a feeling of pressure to contribute something useful to the conversation. What if the student has nothing to contribute? T...

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