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Mars Hill

An alternative, non-profit, totally student run newspaper for the purpose of providing a free newspaper exclusively to the community of TWU that allows all the opportunity to express opinions, concerns, ideas, overdue praise, and overdue criticism of our community. The first issue explains the meaning of the name Mars Hill.
[unofficial student newspaper]
Only two issues were published

Mars' Hill

The official student newspaper of TWU published ten-to-twelve times each year by the students of TWU. Preceded by "The Today."
As per the January 21, 2003 issue of the Mars' Hill, the paper is "a student publication, brought to the student association by student fees collected by Student Council, and through support from the Communications Committee." The Mission of the paper "as the official student newspaper of Trinity Western University, is to inform and entertain its readers, cultivate awareness of issues concerning the TWU community and provide a forum for purposeful, constructive discussion among its members in accordance with the Statements, Values, and Standards of the University."
As per the September 22, 2005 issue, Mars' Hill "is a student publication of TWU, floated with funds raised by the Student Association. Mars' Hill seeks to be a professional publication, maintaining an enterprising presence on the campus, in the newsroom, and on the web. The Mission of Mars' Hill, as the official student newspaper of TWU, is to inform and entertain its readers, cultivate awareness of issues concerning the TWU community, and provide a forum for purposeful, constructive discussion among its members in accordance with the Statement of Faith, Core Values, and Community Standards of the university."