Touchstone • The Reporter • WHAT Radio

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Touchstone • The Reporter • WHAT Radio

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Touchstone • The Reporter • WHAT Radio

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Gone in an Instant: The Snatching of Electric Scooters on Campus
Gone in an Instant: The Snatching of Electric Scooters on Campus
Alondra Rivas-Jimenez, Staff Writer • January 29, 2024

On a cloudy afternoon, I experienced an unfortunate incident that highlighted the issue of electric scooter theft. According to Public Safety...

Learning Florida’s Hard History: A Glimpse into the Teach the Truth Tour
Learning Florida’s Hard History: A Glimpse into the Teach the Truth Tour
Reagan Shivers and Carlye Mahler December 31, 2023

At 7:55 a.m. on Oct. 7, a bus full of 40 Stetson students, led by Dr. Marvin Dunn, a Professor Emeritus at Florida International University,...

Swamped Playlist
Swamped Playlist
Alis Cadena and Carlye Mahler December 31, 2023

The writers and editors of the Reporter have a tradition of including a playlist along with each magazine issue. The songs on the playlist reflect...

Facing the Music: A Deep Dive into the Busy SOM Student
Facing the Music: A Deep Dive into the Busy SOM Student
Carlye Mahler, Managing Editor • December 31, 2023

“I practice all the time. That's all I do. And when I have free time, it's like, what do I do? I have no idea.” These words from Alexander...

Exams and the Hourglass on Learning
Exams and the Hourglass on Learning
De'Vanese John-Baptiste, Staff Writer • December 31, 2023

Exam season is not for the weak. Finding the time to be social, do homework, study and rest is a breeding ground for anxiety and procrastination....

Sick and Submerged: Fighting for The Right to Clean Water
Sick and Submerged: Fighting for The Right to Clean Water
Sara Ward, Staff Writer • December 31, 2023

The Right to Clean Water is about more than recreational activities. Enjoying Florida’s waters, whether kayaking in the St. Johns River or...

Exams and the Hourglass on Learning
Exams and the Hourglass on Learning
De'Vanese John-Baptiste, Staff Writer • December 31, 2023
Sick and Submerged: Fighting for The Right to Clean Water
Sick and Submerged: Fighting for The Right to Clean Water
Sara Ward, Staff Writer • December 31, 2023
Dear Reader Segment: Swamped Edition
Dear Reader Segment: Swamped Edition
Najae Gaffney, Lili Sheridan, and Sara Ward December 31, 2023
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An Inside Look Into Stetson Senior Student Athletes
An Inside Look Into Stetson Senior Student Athletes
Eleanor King and Luke McClatchy July 13, 2023
Womens Basketball at Stetson
Womens Basketball at Stetson
Carlye Mahler, News Writer • February 15, 2023
Sports Game Fans...Or, the Lack of Thereof
Sports Game Fans...Or, the Lack of Thereof
Alis Cadena, Writer - The Reporter • December 16, 2022
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Hatter Network is Stetson University’s student-run media collective. The three facets of the organization include The Reporter, Florida’s oldest collegiate publication, WHAT Radio, an internet radio station, and "Touchstone" Literary and Arts magazine, a yearly journal that publishes the best of student art and writing on campus. The Reporter is printed six times per year, including an orientation issue aimed at first-year students, WHAT Radio streams 24 hours a day, seven days a week at hatternetwork.com, and “Touchstone” is released annually in April. Additionally, every Thursday night, Touchstone hosts Uncouth Hour, an open mic night for Stetson students to unleash their creativity on stage.

A student team operates Hatter Network, and is assisted by a part-time adviser, Crystal Baroni.Other than Ms. Baroni, who is available Monday through Friday, from 9 a.m. until 12 p.m., Austin Carroll Smith will be able to answer questions about advertising in or subscribing to The Reporter. Questions about back issues or copies of articles should be directed to the authors of those stories you wish to obtain or the duPont-Ball Library archivist.

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