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Review: “Woodstock”

Review: “Woodstock”

Samantha Romberger September 22, 2017 0

Portugal. The Man has been accumulating popularity with their latest album, “Woodstock, released June 16, 2017. The alternative rock band from Wasilla, Alaska, uses memorable and gripping music as a platform for societal and

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Business Profile: Twisted Easel Etc.

Business Profile: Twisted Easel Etc.

Megan Kane September 22, 2017 0

Twisted Easel Etc. offers painting experiences for all ages. The studio on Market Street provides a space for private parties, open paint nights and art lessons, with plans on expanding to more ventures in

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“It” returns with horror, humor

“It” returns with horror, humor

Andrew Hrip September 22, 2017 0

A dark and rainy day. Standing on her porch, a woman and her cat catch sight of a boy as he lingers in front of a storm drain. Moments later, both of them look

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The Weekly Chirp: Students, faculty weigh in on debate: Are proposed Title IX changes necessary?

The Weekly Chirp: Students, faculty weigh in on debate: Are proposed Title IX changes necessary?

Emma Knight September 22, 2017 0

U.S. Secretary of Education Betsy DeVos announced Sept. 7 that she wants to implement new regulations on Title IX of the Education Amendments of 1972, a statute that prohibits sexual discrimination and protects sexual

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Nine steps to de-clutter your small space

Nine steps to de-clutter your small space

Simple Living FYS September 22, 2017 0

One key aspect of living a simple life is creating a space free of clutter and an energizing work environment. Research has shown that a cluttered space has negative effects on your brain, stress

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Movie Review: Death Note has all-star cast, but not much else

Movie Review: Death Note has all-star cast, but not much else

The Etownian September 15, 2017 0

“Death Note” is one of the newer films to be added to Netflix’s register. Based on the 2006 anime of the same name, “Death Note” boasts of an all-star cast and $40 million budget,

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The Weekly Chirp: Students, faculty weigh in on national debate: Should Confederate monuments stay or go?

The Weekly Chirp: Students, faculty weigh in on national debate: Should Confederate monuments stay or go?

Delaney Dammeyer September 15, 2017 0

Confederate statues began cropping up in American cities in the 1890s to commemorate living and dead Confederate soldiers. Monuments and Civil War reenactments became large-scale forms of commemoration. One hundred fifty years later, citizens

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Business Profile: Turquoise Bear’s Emporium

Business Profile: Turquoise Bear’s Emporium

Jennifer Beihoff September 14, 2017 0

As one walks past Turquoise Bear’s Emporium, they will learn through just one glance into the storefront windows that the emporium is not just another store. In fact, you will probably never find another

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Business Profile: the Shoppes on Market Street

Business Profile: the Shoppes on Market Street

Jennifer Beihoff August 27, 2017 0

If you are looking for a fun place to explore that has lots of interesting items, then look no further than The Shoppes on Market Street. The Shoppes on Market Street is a collection

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Sophomore investigates College sexual abuse policies

Sophomore investigates College sexual abuse policies

Megan Kane August 27, 2017 0

It’s no secret that sexual assault is a problem on college campuses. According to the Rape and Incest National Network (RAINN), female students between the ages of 18 and 24 are three times more

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