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Pennsylvania Governor Tom Corbett fights for education reform

Pennsylvania Governor Tom Corbett fights for education reform

TEMP ORARY October 27, 2011 0

Governor Tom Corbett is now, for the second time, proposing a plan for Pennsylvania public school reform. His initiative involves a voucher program for low-income students in failing public schools to attend private schools,

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Aggressive attacks in local area alarming

Aggressive attacks in local area alarming

TEMP ORARY October 27, 2011 0

College campuses have been becoming more violent in recent years. While each college will always have their minor bumps in the road, it appears that more incidents are occurring without any influence from the

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Academic integrity: honor, trust, fairness, respect, responsibility

Academic integrity: honor, trust, fairness, respect, responsibility

TEMP ORARY October 27, 2011 0

It might be said that all of the great professions command a sense of integrity from their members from medicine to service academies to law and law enforcers, to name a few. The field

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Elizabethtown chosen to participate in Obama’s interfaith service challenge

Elizabethtown chosen to participate in Obama’s interfaith service challenge

TEMP ORARY October 27, 2011 0

There is a new service initiative starting this year at Elizabethtown College. It is part of a challenge started by President Barack Obama: “The Interfaith Campus and Community Service Campus Challenge.” This service program

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Pennsylvania capital fights bankruptcy filing

Pennsylvania capital fights bankruptcy filing

TEMP ORARY October 27, 2011 0

On Monday Oct. 17, a federal judge heard arguments about whether Harrisburg, Pa., could move ahead with a bankruptcy petition. The mayor of Harrisburg is fighting a 4-to-3 City Council vote that allowed the

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Advertising mail aids suffering United States Postal Service

Advertising mail aids suffering United States Postal Service

TEMP ORARY October 21, 2011 0

The Sept. 30 deadline that the United States Postal Service (USPS) had been issued to pay its financial obligations has passed. What’s the verdict? It appears that students will still receive letters from friends,

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Republican debate reveals candidates strengths, weaknesses

Republican debate reveals candidates strengths, weaknesses

The Etownian October 21, 2011 0

Contemporary politics are as turbulent as ever. We are currently in an election season, which is in the context of a federal credit downgrade, the assassination of Osama bin Laden and a growing protest

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1 in 100 children diagnosed with autism

1 in 100 children diagnosed with autism

TEMP ORARY October 21, 2011 0

For some people, autism is a disorder distantly located in the back of their minds, but for others it is something that affects everyday life. The rate of autism has been increasing in young

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Word Bully allows parents to monitor mobile communication

Word Bully allows parents to monitor mobile communication

TEMP ORARY October 21, 2011 0

Old habits die hard. Sometimes, they need a little extra push, which is the spirit behind many of the anti-bullying initiatives sweeping through the schools and communities in our country, particularly in recent months.

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Lancaster County unemployment at 7.3 percent; 24.6 percent lower than national average

Lancaster County unemployment at 7.3 percent; 24.6 percent lower than national average

TEMP ORARY October 21, 2011 0

Recent statistics revealed that Lancaster County is doing much better than many other areas in Pennsylvania regarding unemployment. Compared to the national average, which is 9.1 percent, Lancaster County’s unemployment rate is 7.3 percent.

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