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Book review: night by Elie Wiesel

by Ana Koulouris WEB EDITOR Elie Wiesel’s Night is a book everyone should read at least once in their lives.  Translated by his wife Marion Wiesel, this novel gives the first-hand account of Mr. Wiesel’s life and experiences as a Holocaust survivor, up to and during his internment at Auschwitz and then Buchenwald. With striking … Continue reading

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Spring fashion trend: button up

by Rohaina Hassan STAFF WRITER THE BUTTON UP Continually classic, the button up has made appearances all throughout history. This style is an essential every college student needs to have in their closet. It has been updated numerous times to reflect upon trends, but there are still some cuts that will always be in style. … Continue reading

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From the sidelines: March 28

1. Did the Saints get fair punishments for “bounty gate”? Tom Brown- Staff Writer– I think that the punishments for the Saints were justified. The NFL wants to make sure something like this never happens again, and a punishment like this ensures that. John Pierri- Staff Writer– I didn’t even think about Sean Payton being … Continue reading