Opinion: How Republicans have failed the American people

CHRIS BEDELL Contributor Obama may not be perfect but at least he has made a good faith effort to address the needs of the middle class and poor. I doubt Republicans want women to receive fair pay and as a result...

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Big Brother is watching: Facebook and your future job

CHRISTI PEACE Contributor For most of our lives, we have been warned about the dangers of the Internet, including sites such as Facebook. Parents warned us not to put too much of our information out there so that cyberstalkers wouldn’t be...

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Opinion: Why anti-hazing policies are good for college campuses

ALEXIS CAMARENA Senior Editor Let’s take it back to two years ago, around this time. Before joining the sisterhood of Phi Sigma Sigma, I had come to a lot of conclusions about sororities and Greek life in general, one of them being...

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Decision 2012: Obama v. Romney on the economy

JACQUELYN BAUMAN Contributor If you’ve been on any form of technology within the past few months, you know this is an election year. Most know that the current political race is between Mitt Romney, the former governor of Massachusetts, and our...

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Opinion: Priority points system leaves students thunderstruck

ALEXIS CAMARENA Senior Editor If there’s a sentiment that I hate most, it is entitlement; the state of feeling as though one has a right to something, as though one is owed something. Now, granted, there are some things I believe we...

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Mommy Wars: newest political fight may hit close to home

MONIQUE VITCHE Staff Writer Whether you have been paying attention to the cable news shows, reading blogs or checking out the trending topics on Twitter, you may have come across the phrase “Mommy wars.” The last time this so-called war on...

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From the editor’s desk: To you

MATT HEINLE Editor-in-Chief Since this is probably the last thing I will have published for some time, I will be careful not to waste my words. This column has provided me with an appropriate outlet to express myself when I felt it...

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Don’t be a woman who needs a man, be the woman a man needs

ALEXIS CAMARENA Digital Editor The realization that I wasn’t like most women, or most people, for that matter, was solidified in my Perspectives on the Individual class, of all places. For those of you who may be fortunate enough not to know...

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Get out of your Dunkin’ cars: Obesity due to sitting at the drive-thru

MEGAN HEINTZ News Editor America runs on Dunkin.’ Or drives. A recent trip to the coffee franchise Dunkin’ Donuts in Franklin, N.J., revealed the increasing laziness of Americans. As if the food sold at fast-food chains wasn’t detrimental enough to people’s...

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Assessment of the Supreme Court’s health care hearings; Conservative judges attempt to strike down ‘Obamacare;’ bad news for women

MONIQUE VITCHE Staff Writer From March 26 to 28, the Supreme Court of the United States heard arguments regarding the constitutionality of President Obama’s Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act, referred to by critics of the legislation and the media as...

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