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Company mandates nicotine testing for employees

Company mandates nicotine testing for employees

TEMP ORARY February 23, 2012 3

I’ll be the first to admit that I enjoy smoking a pipe or a cigar on rare occasions. I think it surprises many people when I confess to enjoying a high-quality stogie after my

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States remove No Child Left Behind

States remove No Child Left Behind

TEMP ORARY February 23, 2012 0

No Child Left Behind, “one of President George W. Bush’s most touted domestic accomplishments,” according to the Huffington Post, is no longer in effect in 10 states. President Barack Obama has freed these states

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Research on eating less helps scone lover

Research on eating less helps scone lover

TEMP ORARY February 23, 2012 0

When Dr. Jane Cavender introduced the speaker in Gibble the other day, she was aware that the audience consisted of biology students and faculty interested in learning about the relationship between calorie intake and

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Put Your Records On: Elvis Perkins in Dearland

Put Your Records On: Elvis Perkins in Dearland

TEMP ORARY February 20, 2012 0

On the Turntable: Elvis Perkins in Dearland Genre: Folk My rating: Try and fail to write poetry after being inspired by Elvis Perkins. The first time I heard Elvis Perkins, it was one of

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Pop culture smorgasboard serves sauciness

Pop culture smorgasboard serves sauciness

TEMP ORARY February 20, 2012 0

It is great to be back writing for the Etownian this semester. But I was having trouble picking what my first article should be about; especially since there has been so much to talk

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Professor responds to Elmhurst’s LGBT admissions article

Professor responds to Elmhurst’s LGBT admissions article

TEMP ORARY February 20, 2012 0

After reading Duc T. Dam’s “Prospective college students’ sexual orientation questioned” article in the Jan. 26, 2012 issue of the Etownian, I would like to present a few thoughts. Overall, I found the article

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Workplace policies create monetary strife

Workplace policies create monetary strife

TEMP ORARY February 20, 2012 0

The air is thick with talk of employment policies. Discrimination, harassment, workplace bullying — all, we’re reminded, stuff to be avoided. Training sessions for employees are being conducted, with the College’s lawyers holding forth

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Professors consider cause of grade inflation

Professors consider cause of grade inflation

TEMP ORARY February 20, 2012 1

Is your hard-earned “A” truly hard-earned? A’s are now awarded more than ever — especially at private colleges — and researchers Stuart Rojstaczer and Christopher Healy have the data to prove it. Their most

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Assault on free enterprise, top banker’s knighthood revoked

Assault on free enterprise, top banker’s knighthood revoked

TEMP ORARY February 12, 2012 1

The report from Britain is not reassuring. The Tories, supposedly the ally of business interests, are showing signs of hostility to capitalism. It is as if Mitt Romney were to propose an individual mandate

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Proposed higher ed. reforms face obstacles

Proposed higher ed. reforms face obstacles

TEMP ORARY February 12, 2012 0

In the State of the Union address, President Barack Obama’s announcement about higher education initiatives to make college more affordable to Americans immediately drew applause from the audience. His proposals include plans to reduce

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