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‘Art for Justice’ display visually depicts issues related to life in prison system

‘Art for Justice’ display visually depicts issues related to life in prison system

Sam Cooper February 25, 2015 0

I attended the on-campus cultural event “Art for Justice,” on display in the BSC. The exhibit is a collection of artwork done by inmates at prisons in America and is intended to show the

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FASHION COLUMN

FASHION COLUMN

Emily Lidstone February 25, 2015 0

On the runway, and in street style, neutral looks and natural makeup are making a statement. Over-the-top and in-your-face wardrobes can certainly send a loud message, but subtlety is not completely lost. Neutral colors

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Waiting for news about graduate school, tenure recommendations induces anxiety, impatience

Waiting for news about graduate school, tenure recommendations induces anxiety, impatience

Abigail Piskel February 25, 2015 0

There comes a time in our lives when we have to wait to hear back from bigger and better things. For instance, think back to those days when you were in high school. I

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Campus-supported Wi-Fi network interrupted by use of personal routers, student presents reminder of policy

Campus-supported Wi-Fi network interrupted by use of personal routers, student presents reminder of policy

Adam Landes February 25, 2015 0

In the 21st century, it is hard to go a day without using the Internet. We live in a world that revolves around technology. It serves not only as a network for communication but

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Measles outbreak could concern unaware students

Measles outbreak could concern unaware students

Kevin Hughes February 18, 2015 0

It is an inconvenience when a formerly eradicated and possibly lethal disease decides to return. Have no fear, however, because scientists and doctors have a sure-fire solution to this problem. Measles, which had been

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Celebrity crimes make tabloid headlines, are judged under an altered justice system

Celebrity crimes make tabloid headlines, are judged under an altered justice system

Kaitlin Keefe February 18, 2015 0

Bruce Jenner was involved in a multi-car accident that left one woman dead. According to Jenner’s publicist, he was not injured. The crash occurred on Saturday, Feb. 7 just after noon in Malibu, Ca.

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Student proposes plan to use dining dollars to feed hungry

Student proposes plan to use dining dollars to feed hungry

Michaela Kim February 18, 2015 0

On Friday, Jan. 16, the Elizabethtown College’s Student Senators posted meal plan options that might be instituted in the Fall 2015 semester. Some of the options included fewer meals per semester and a limit

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Economics professor comments on College’s financial situation

Economics professor comments on College’s financial situation

Sanjay Paul February 18, 2015 0

Homer ordered the daily special at the Jay’s Nest. As he pulled out his ID card to pay for it, the cashier reminded him the price included a drink — did he want to

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Student reviews the 57th annual Grammy Award Ceremony, trending topics, celebrity performances, award winners

Student reviews the 57th annual Grammy Award Ceremony, trending topics, celebrity performances, award winners

Carly Katz February 18, 2015 0

On Sunday, Feb. 8, the 57th annual Grammy Award Ceremony was broadcast live on CBS. This year, the Grammys featured many artists such as Sam Smith, who was awarded three of the top four

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Director of Study Abroad clarifies recent article

Director of Study Abroad clarifies recent article

Sabina Post February 18, 2015 0

I would like to clarify some issues that were presented in the article “Honduras mission trip attracts students looking to serve globally.” There were several factual errors and misleading statements regarding Elizabethtown College study

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