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Hooked on the wire: 24-hours sans technology?

Hooked on the wire: 24-hours sans technology?

TEMP ORARY October 3, 2012 0

As I checked my email on Monday night, I listened to my iTunes on shuffle, checked my phone to see if anyone had texted me and mildly paid attention to the television my roommate

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Continuum of ‘idol-worship’ defining our generation

Continuum of ‘idol-worship’ defining our generation

TEMP ORARY October 3, 2012 0

Celebrities receive a massive amount of exposure in our society. We follow them on Twitter, search for gossip articles about their latest exploits and scrutinize every action they take. In essence, our society idolizes

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Life, death, a text message away: is pledging for safety even effective?

Life, death, a text message away: is pledging for safety even effective?

TEMP ORARY October 3, 2012 0

In my experience, there are very few things worthy of a pledge. There are some that would even argue the Pledge of Allegiance isn’t worth stating, pointing to actions our country has carried out

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Holding a diploma, the least of it all: years to find ourselves

Holding a diploma, the least of it all: years to find ourselves

TEMP ORARY October 3, 2012 0

Every week, while procrastinating, I scroll through Yahoo!’s ticker. I make my way through reviews of the latest TV shows and, of course, the do-it-yourself solutions to just about anything. Without fail, at least

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Are consumers manipulated into investing in ever-evolving technology?

Are consumers manipulated into investing in ever-evolving technology?

TEMP ORARY October 3, 2012 0

You’ve probably seen commercials for the new iPhone 5 and can attest to all the fuss surrounding it’s release. Not to seem like an Apple-hater, but have you noticed that they keep coming out

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Cost, weight, environment: should we digitize required texts?

Cost, weight, environment: should we digitize required texts?

TEMP ORARY September 26, 2012 0

The act of reading a book has changed dramatically within the past few years. Today, many colleges are considering making the class textbook and other reading assignments available online instead requiring the hard copy.

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The movement for equality: how far have we really come?

The movement for equality: how far have we really come?

TEMP ORARY September 26, 2012 0

As election season begins to rear its ugly, annoying head, over the next few weeks it can probably be guaranteed that you’re going to see a firestorm of debate, inflammatory comments and offensive points

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Eating nutritiously: organic products as beneficial as commonly believed?

Eating nutritiously: organic products as beneficial as commonly believed?

TEMP ORARY September 26, 2012 0

During the last decade, our discourse about food has been consumed by the topic of cultivating organic products. Those who support this movement claim that organics are more nutritious and shield consumers from exposure

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“Trouble with the Curve” a must-see this fall

“Trouble with the Curve” a must-see this fall

TEMP ORARY September 26, 2012 0

A film about one of America’s favorite pastimes is sure to interest even those who aren’t baseball enthusiasts. The movie, “Trouble with the Curve,” stars Oscar winner Clint Eastwood, Grammy nominee Amy Adams and

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Higher education becoming a privilege for most

Higher education becoming a privilege for most

TEMP ORARY September 26, 2012 0

It’s likely that Elizabethtown College students have all taken some time, however brief, to admire the irony of the College describing itself as “affordable.” This word appears 61 times across various pages of the

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