Essay: Finding home on Crestridge Loop

JENNA CORMEY CONTRIBUTOR As someone who used to spend her Saturdays buckled into the plastic seat of a ShopRite shopping cart, I find it hard to believe that “going home” in the middle of March doesn’t require a jacket of some...

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Personal essay: On violence

ANDREW O'HARE Student Voice Editor September, 1997. Home Away From Home Academy. Matawan, New Jersey. Pre-K. I am 4. I am also in the 25th percentile for height and weight due to a coffee habit. I am a target....

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Personal essay: Babe ‘was more than just a dog’

SARAH VAN CLEF News Editor The day we got her it was cold, the October breeze blew through her thick black and white coat as we snapped a pink collar around her tiny neck. She was the quietest...

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The Wroxton experience: The hardest part is coming home

CHRISTI PEACE Editor-in-Chief Flying on a commercial flight for the first time in my life was an incredible way to begin my journey at Wroxton. I sat next to a fellow student, and as we took off, he and I stared...

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From the editor’s desk: It’s never easy saying goodbye

MONIQUE T. VITCHE Editor-in-Chief I honestly have no idea what I’m doing with my life, but I better figure it out quickly because I’m graduating at the end of this semester. Although I am relieved to be graduating in February so there...

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From the editor’s desk: Things change, but I’m okay with that

MONIQUE T. VITCHE Editor-in-Chief The majority of the time I have difficulty expressing myself, which is probably a bad thing since I am a writer. Maybe it’s the sleep deprivation that’s making it so difficult. Or maybe I just don’t enjoy it...

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Personal essay: A warm welcome back to Halloween

AYINDE J. STEVENS Student Voice Editor Now I know that it seems odd to be talking about Halloween in November, but for the past two years we have been tricked rather than treated to a normal Halloween by Mother Nature. Between...

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Personal Essay: Thank Heavens for Friday miracles

AYINDE J. STEVENS Student Voice Editor If it happens on a Friday, it is some of the best news around. First, I found out about the exclusive interview Pope Francis gave to a Jesuit publication declaring that the Catholic Church should stop...

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Personal Essay: I Have a Dan Humphrey Complex

CHRIS BEDELL Columnist People might knock the television show Gossip Girl, which was a show that ran for six seasons from 2007-2012 on the CW Network, but there is actually a lot of truth to the show. For instance, one of...

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Personal essay: The day that forever changed my life

CHRIS BEDELL Columnist Sunday, Nov. 18, 2012. It was truly the day that changed my life. The morning started out like any other. I look forward to talking to my parents and I called them around mid-morning from the Student Center...

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