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Does Student Senate advocate student rights?

Does Student Senate advocate student rights?

TEMP ORARY December 9, 2011 0

At every level of American society, there are elected officials who have been voted into a position of power by one group or another to lead someone or something. Going hand-in-hand with that are

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Black Friday causes shoppers to stress

Black Friday causes shoppers to stress

TEMP ORARY December 9, 2011 0

Black Friday is a time for people to tent out in front of stores, like Best Buy, for eight hours in hopes of getting 30 percent off items like iPads. It is a marketing

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Broke senior offers creative money-saving tips

Broke senior offers creative money-saving tips

TEMP ORARY November 18, 2011 0

There is no one who is more marginalized in the first world than college students. We are always being exploited for free labor, having our IDs checked and being told to turn our music

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Social networking, affects on modern user, society

Social networking, affects on modern user, society

TEMP ORARY November 18, 2011 0

Katy Perry smirks in her music video “Last Friday Night,” while singing lyrics “Pictures of last night ended up online, I’m screwed, oh well.” In the days before social networking sites the thought of

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Student worries about fate of Marshmallow Game

Student worries about fate of Marshmallow Game

TEMP ORARY November 18, 2011 0

At Elizabethtown College, traditions are very well supported by the students. As October rolls around, we look forward to the Halloween events and the soccer game versus Messiah College. This game is a very

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Thanksgiving: the forgotten holiday?

Thanksgiving: the forgotten holiday?

TEMP ORARY November 18, 2011 0

Within the past week, I’ve heard Christmas music on the radio, I’ve seen advertisements for “A Christmas Story” across campus and noticed an alarmingly high amount of Facebook statuses notifying me that “so-and-so is

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Business chair sympathizes with Wall Street bankers

Business chair sympathizes with Wall Street bankers

TEMP ORARY November 18, 2011 0

Department chairs and Wall Street bankers have a lot in common. They lead the good life, collect hefty year-end bonuses and do God’s work. (The last, by the way, was what Goldman Sachs’ CEO

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Occupy Wall St. sends strong message throughout U.S.

Occupy Wall St. sends strong message throughout U.S.

TEMP ORARY November 13, 2011 0

The Occupy Wall Street movement is completely unorganized, but that does not mean their purpose for coming out onto the streets of New York in Zuccotti Park and rioting is completely meaningless. Citizens are

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Obama’s new student loan plan: who’s paying?

Obama’s new student loan plan: who’s paying?

TEMP ORARY November 13, 2011 0

It’s something most students do not want to think about. It’s something most students do not enjoy paying back. It’s something called student loans, the focus of Obama’s new plan to assist college students

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Federal drug prohibition hinders economy

Federal drug prohibition hinders economy

TEMP ORARY November 13, 2011 0

Drug prohibition has failed in the U.S. and will someday end just as alcohol prohibition did in 1933. Despite the legal consequences of illicit drug use, some 22 million Americans use illegal drugs. And

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