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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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Should professors coordinate their syllabi?

Should professors coordinate their syllabi?

TEMP ORARY November 13, 2011 0

Do you find yourself loaded down with a multitude of tests and papers all from different classes? Do you find yourself getting loads of work and not having time to get it done? Do

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Facilities expands on solar power initiative

TEMP ORARY November 13, 2011 0

The article “Solar panels could save nearly $1 million per year” highlighted the College’s historical conservation efforts and our goal of consuming only what we need to support the activities of the college.  The staff

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Curriculum changes, electives cut

TEMP ORARY November 12, 2011 0

Fine arts electives are being cut in many high schools across the country. Classes in the fine arts are no longer mandatory in high school curricula and some students are not taking them because

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Professor discusses unexpected benefits of strategic planning

TEMP ORARY November 3, 2011 0

Strategic Planning (SP) at Elizabethtown College continues at a furious pace. If you are not a member of one of the five committees involved in SP, you probably have little idea about the work

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Put Your Records On: The Paper Kites

Put Your Records On: The Paper Kites

TEMP ORARY November 3, 2011 0

Artist: The Paper Kites Genre: Folk/Indie My thought: Everything I’ve ever wanted to say, but lacked the musical ability to put into song form. When I first listened to The Paper Kites, my mind

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Marketplace policies, wasting too much food?

Marketplace policies, wasting too much food?

TEMP ORARY November 3, 2011 0

The Marketplace. A place to hang out with your friends and to grab a bite to eat everyday in the Brossman Commons. However, have you ever tried to take food to go? Dining Services

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