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Declaring one’s major requires time, thoughtful decision-making process

Declaring one’s major requires time, thoughtful decision-making process

Abigail Piskel November 6, 2013 0

As we are growing up, we are always asked what we want to be when we grow up. Sometimes the answers we give are what we sincerely want out of our lives, but more

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Face-to-face communication retains value despite technology

Face-to-face communication retains value despite technology

Abigail Piskel October 21, 2013 0

Let’s face it, we all know that technology runs our lives, or at least it plays a huge part of it. With this great power also comes great change. I mean, really think about

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Custom grading scales prepare Jays for future careers

Custom grading scales prepare Jays for future careers

Abigail Piskel September 26, 2013 0

bet we all have heard it from our parents before, “Get good grades!” Sometimes I think parents forget what it was like to be in school, because getting those good grades is not always

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Facebook: ‘like’ it or leave it

Facebook: ‘like’ it or leave it

Abigail Piskel September 12, 2013 0

hat once started as a social media site just for college students, the Facebook demographic has changed drastically since its beginning. Now, anyone in the world has access to this website without having to

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Women defeat LVC for third seed in conference post-season

Women defeat LVC for third seed in conference post-season

Abigail Piskel May 1, 2013 0

he Elizabethtown College women’s lacrosse team defeated Lebanon Valley College 12-10 Saturday afternoon at Wolf Field. It was a regular season finale for both teams, and with the win, Etown not only directly advanced

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Current generation isn’t unprepared, but rather, pampered

Current generation isn’t unprepared, but rather, pampered

Abigail Piskel March 27, 2013 0

Growing up and getting older is a part of life that is inevitable. Each day is filled with new lessons and experiences that one can learn from. The young adults of today will be

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James Alan Fox hosts seminar on ‘Myths About Mass Shootings’

James Alan Fox hosts seminar on ‘Myths About Mass Shootings’

Abigail Piskel February 27, 2013 0

Lipman Family Professor of Criminology, Law and Public Policy at Northeastern University, James Alan Fox, spoke in the KĀV this past Wednesday, Feb. 20, about his article, “Top Ten Myths About Mass Shootings,” in

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Professor publishes in journals for Modern Jewish, Lesbian Studies

Professor publishes in journals for Modern Jewish, Lesbian Studies

Abigail Piskel February 13, 2013 0

Dr. Amy Milligan, religious studies and women and gender studies professor at Elizabethtown College, signed a contract with Rowman and Littlefield Publishers to publish her work “Kallah’s Choice: Hair Covering Practices of Orthodox Jewish

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Archangelo, Henning finish fifth, sixth at Messiah Open

Archangelo, Henning finish fifth, sixth at Messiah Open

Abigail Piskel January 31, 2013 0

With a tough loss, 21-16, in their Saturday morning match in Thompson Gymnasium against Waynesburg University, Elizabethtown College wrestling also lost their two-match winning streak. Major points were gained by the tech falls from

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