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The Weekly Chirp- Should government officials maintain an active social media presence?

The Weekly Chirp- Should government officials maintain an active social media presence?

Emma Knight January 25, 2018 0

With President Donald Trump’s frequent use of Twitter to make announcements and interact with public figures, many question the impact of his tweets on the political climate of today. Tweets are immediate, and by

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New indie album catchy, thoughtful

New indie album catchy, thoughtful

Samantha Romberger January 25, 2018 0

The second album of indie sensation Sir Sly, titled “Don’t You Worry, Honey,” was released June 30, 2017. The band formed in Los Angeles, California as a trio, and members Landon Jacobs, Jason Suwito

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Opinion: Pledge supporting low-income students a step in the right direction

Opinion: Pledge supporting low-income students a step in the right direction

Delaney Dammeyer January 25, 2018 0

Elizabethtown College, alongside eighty-five other colleges in the United States, has joined the American Talent Initiative (ATI) with the intent of helping more lower-income students receive a higher education. With hopes that school attendance

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How to live simply in the digital age: Six tips to reduce wasteful screen time

How to live simply in the digital age: Six tips to reduce wasteful screen time

Simple Living FYS November 17, 2017 0

According to the Pew Research Center, most U.S. citizens (77%) now own a smartphone. A Nielsen Company audience report in 2016 indicated that adults in the United States spend over 10 hours and 39

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The Weekly Chirp: Students, faculty weigh in: Does political content on social media create division?

The Weekly Chirp: Students, faculty weigh in: Does political content on social media create division?

Delaney Dammeyer November 10, 2017 0

Facebook, Google and Twitter are under federal investigation for allowing Russian propaganda to spread on their sites during the 2016 election. The three social media sites will have to answer questions about how they

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Thor: Ragnarok just “passable”

Thor: Ragnarok just “passable”

Kenyon Tarquinio November 10, 2017 0

I am a human. I have likes and dislikes. Yet every time I bring up my opinion of superhero movies (which is that “I don’t care”), I feel like a social outcast. Trust me,

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Music Review: “saintmotelevision”

Music Review: “saintmotelevision”

Samantha Romberger November 10, 2017 0

Saint Motel, with Top-40 hit “My Type,” came out with their latest album “saintmotelivision” (stylized lowercase) Oct. 21, 2016. Members of the band include A/J Jackson, Aaron Sharp, Dak Lerdamornpong and Greg Erwin. The

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Don’t let finals overwhelm you: Ten tips for a less stressful finals week

Don’t let finals overwhelm you: Ten tips for a less stressful finals week

Simple Living FYS November 10, 2017 0

According to the National Survey of Student Engagement’s findings, the average student spends about 17 hours each week preparing for classes. College success guides suggest roughly 2-3 hours of study time for each hour

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The Weekly Chirp: Students, faculty weigh in: Should “nonbinary” be added as a gender option on state ID?

The Weekly Chirp: Students, faculty weigh in: Should “nonbinary” be added as a gender option on state ID?

Delaney Dammeyer November 3, 2017 0

Early in October, California lawmakers passed a bill that would allow Californians to have gender-neutral and nonbinary gender options on licenses and identification papers. The bill, known as the Gender Recognition Act, is set

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Review: “Stanger Things 2”

Review: “Stanger Things 2”

Kenyon Tarquinio November 3, 2017 0

One of the most popular TV shows of 2016, Netflix’s “Stranger Things,” is back in time for Halloween with a second season. Never fear—no spoilers for this season, but if you haven’t seen season

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