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Countries in Europe continue to see large demonstrations over austerity cuts to their government’s spending

By Donny Kendal This latest week saw protests in Spain, Greece, and Portugal. As reported by the Associated Press, thousands in Portugal marched in 20 cities to protest austerity cuts on Saturday, March 2nd. The cuts are intended to reduce the country’s deficit and allow Portugal to rise out of recession. The AP reports that … Continue reading

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Toddler Cured from HIV – a sign of hope?

A new chapter has been unveiled in the fight against HIV. According to CNN.com, doctors said this discovery occurred by accident. A newborn baby in Mississippi who was diagnosed with AIDS was given high doses of three antiretroviral drugs 30 hours after delivery. Doctors knew the mother was HIV positive and had administered the drugs … Continue reading

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Chocolate Chip Banana Bread

By Sandya George Chocolate Chip Banana Bread Ingredients 1/4 cup vegetable oil 1 1/2 cups flour 1 cup sugar 1 teaspoon baking soda 1/2 teaspoon salt 2 eggs, lightly beaten 3 bananas, mashed (1 cup mashed banana) 1 cup chocolate chips   Preparation Ever had banana bread and wondered how to make it? Ever think about … Continue reading

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“Nightmare Bacteria”

By Dana Mourad Freshman year is all about adjusting and shaping yourself into becoming a fresh young adult ready to search for your role in the world. By sophomore year, you usually develop a clearer understanding of what you want the focus of your life to be around. Shedding light on the science departments, suddenly … Continue reading

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What is Love?

By Kiran Munir, Staff Writer   Undoubtedly, love is the most powerful emotion felt by humans. Biologically, love is a powerful neurological condition like hunger or thirst, but the presence is more permanent. Often we discuss love as being unconditional and never ending; therefore, it is not surprising to know that love is just basic … Continue reading