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Republican battle continues: “Romney’s the man for the job,” Samantha Jones, EIC

As the Republican candidates continue to battle for the coveted presidential nomination, one candidate stands out above the rest: Mitt Romney. Romney has maintained his dignity throughout the topsy-turvy campaign, which is almost unheard of in political endeavors. While some of the other candidates have consistently used mudslinging tactics against one another, he has concentrated … Continue reading

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Peel the Onion

by Scholars Class of 2012 beauty comes in the feelings and emotions that one feels when they experience something experience is everything understanding minds through experiencing creativity and art imagination is okay art can be found where you least expect it art can be used as a medium to represent an artist’s idea layers of … Continue reading

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Editorial: PIPA? SOPA? Huh?

If you take part in any sort of social networking, whether it be Facebook, Twitter, or Tumblr, you’re bound to have noticed these two mysterious acronyms followed by several angry comments, exclamation marks and sad faces. Have you made any effort to understand what everyone is about? If not, you should. Why? Because you’re probably … Continue reading

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A gentle voice in the rain

By Noor Alawad I received an e-mail from my friend recently who is currently studying and living in Syria (she has been doing so for a few years now). She is not Syrian, and is not even of Arab descent, which demonstrates that this issue is not a “Syrian issue” anymore, but a humanitarian one. … Continue reading

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The end is here…NOT

By Yulun Wu Guest Writer   As we say goodbye to everything 2011 and welcome in 2012, I’m sure many students have many of the same questions in their minds: What will my classes be like? How tough will my new professors be? How can I stay awake in that early morning lecture class? Will … Continue reading