Check out The Rose Thorn's exclusive pictures from Friday's Red Jumpsuit Apparatus concert!

Settin' the stage

Up close and personal

From the crow's nest

Rose-Hulman’s Triathlon Club held a triathlon last week, comprised of three events: a 400 yard swim, a 12.9 mile bike ride, and a 3.1 mile run, in that order.

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Apartments North, NewNewRes, …? It doesn’t have a name yet, but a new residence hall is firmly in the planning stages at Rose-Hulman. The Rose Thorn sat down with President Matt Branam, Vice-President of Student Affairs and Dean of Students Pete Gustafson, and Civil Engineering Department Head Dr. Kevin Sutterer to clear the dust and get the facts on what’s to come.

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Students found a charitable, citrusy reprieve from the humidity last Wednesday outside of Deming. With some help from mom, dad and GA Kate Pippins, Ryland Hayes sold lemonade, iced tea, and lemon water—for five cents a swig.

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As the days grow warmer, the homework piles on, and the itch for summer across the campus grows stronger, the Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology senior class is probably most anxious for the weeks to come. On Saturday May 28th, 2011, the Class of 2011 will proudly attend their commencement in the SRC Fieldhouse. The ceremony will be the 133rd commencement in the school’s history.

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There are no opening credits to “Fast Five,” the newest entry in the pantheon of “Fast and the Furious” films. The film opens in a spree of exposition—setting up the context of the film succinctly and without fluff. The viewer meets the players and understands the setting. And then, without much warning, three muscle cars flip over a bus in the middle of the desert obtaining nary a scratch.

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