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First-year shares discomfort with campus support of Planned Parenthood

First-year shares discomfort with campus support of Planned Parenthood

Tiana Ferrante April 10, 2014 0

The pro-choice ideology is not merely a set of beliefs. It involves actions that reverberate beyond a woman’s right to choose. Since abortion is a universal issue, the pro-life movement is also a worldwide

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Busy April schedules necessitate time management, decision-making

Busy April schedules necessitate time management, decision-making

Matthew Walters April 10, 2014 0

It’s that time of the semester when freak-outs are in full tilt and the endless sea of homework has reached high tide. Distractions become all the more deadly, those hours spent on BuzzFeed really

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Scholarship and  Creative Arts Day should be incentivized to encourage participation

Scholarship and Creative Arts Day should be incentivized to encourage participation

Samantha Weiss April 10, 2014 0

Any reason is a good reason to get out of classes, right? I would say so. But what if the reason is that one must give a 12 to 15-minute presentation? Suddenly, I’m less

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Night classes prove important regardless of inconvenience

Night classes prove important regardless of inconvenience

Abigail Piskel April 10, 2014 0

Classes are something that we all have to put up with.  I mean, that’s why we’re here, right? During the course of our college career, we are bound to have classes that we love

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Making mistakes should not devalue magnitude of one’s successes

Making mistakes should not devalue magnitude of one’s successes

Scott Scott April 10, 2014 0

People tend to feel that, as humans, we are more likely to notice mistakes we’ve made or mistakes others have made before we notice our own or others’ successes.  We all know it’s harder

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Course registration during class deserves professor flexibility

Course registration during class deserves professor flexibility

Skye Mcdonald April 10, 2014 0

Registration week is always stressful. Take it from me; this year I get to register on the very last day at the last available time. As difficult as it will be for me to

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First-year discusses personal growth between fall, spring semesters

First-year discusses personal growth between fall, spring semesters

Erik Spiller April 3, 2014 0

I can honestly say that none of the expectations I had for completing my spring semester have gone as planned; that isn’t a bad thing. When it comes to transitioning from fall semester into

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‘Muppets Most Wanted’ fails to deliver despite star cameos

‘Muppets Most Wanted’ fails to deliver despite star cameos

Kaitlyn Tothero April 3, 2014 0

When I first heard that a sequel to “The Muppets” movie was being released, I was rather skeptical. After seeing “The Muppets” movie, I was relieved that some of the original magic of “The

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On-campus entertainment offerings, activities impress Jays

On-campus entertainment offerings, activities impress Jays

Masha Tomkus April 3, 2014 0

When I set out to write if the entertainment at Elizabethtown College competes with other schools, I had a predetermined notion of what I wanted to say. In several instances within my first two

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Ask Matt

Ask Matt

Matthew Walters April 3, 2014 0

Dear Matt, I’m not doing very well in one of my classes this semester and I’m really tempted to withdraw from the class. Is a “W” going to look bad on my transcript, or

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