Cheap, easy holiday costumes

October 22, 2014 4:00 PM

Halloween sparks creative projects

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One in Five Women Sexually Assaulted During College

October 11, 2014 6:00 AM

STORY BY CARA REGAN We all know sexual assault exists, especially in the past year with colleges across the country under fire for their startling lack of policies. It is a topic that makes people uncomfortable, so it’s easy to ignore it altogether. However, what makes me uncomfortable is the […]

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Komen Walk Unites Thousands

October 10, 2014 6:00 AM

STORY BY JEFF HERSHEWAY I’m not very experienced when it comes to organized exercise. Specifically running. Running was never my forte, as I have tried to structure my life to specifically exclude running like the weird kid on the playground who ate pinecones. So when the Susan G. Komen Walk […]

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Fall Films Offer Variety

6:00 AM

STORY BY NED LEEBRICK-STRYKER Fall break is almost here, and I couldn’t be more excited. Finally, I can return to home cooked meals, sleeping in late and having a clean bathroom. But what I care the most about is access to a movie theater. I don’t have a car in […]

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Immersion into Zanzibar Culture Offers Eye-Opening Experiences

October 9, 2014 6:00 AM

STORY BY CARLY GELDERMAN Stone Town is an ancient city that was influenced during the 19th century by Arabs, Persians, Indians and Europeans. Rightly named, Stone Town is full of old stone buildings and small alleyways. The island of Zanzibar is 99 percent Muslim and in Stone Town alone there […]

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Emojis Corrupt Communication

October 8, 2014 8:00 PM

Texting conversations nowadays seem to look like this: “IM OBSESSED WITH MRS ALL AMERICAN (a song)” “ITS SO GOOD I KNOW I LOVE IT” “[smiley face emoji x5]” “[heart eye emoji x3]” “[big red heart emoji x8]” Yes, this is a conversation on my phone, and yes, it does embarrass […]

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