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Republicans Should Be Courting Women, Not Alienating Them

Samantha Intili, Editor

April 3, 2012

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In this unpredictable and shaky Republican campaign, there is one thing that has been certain – the main issue to be concerned with is the economy. As it has always been in times of economic crisis, a candidate’s position...

The Rich Get Richer (Unless We Change Tax Policy)

Evan Janssens

March 22, 2012

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Today’s anti-tax conservative movement is hardly in tune with twenty first century reality. Republican lawmakers still believe in supply-side fanaticism, and are determined to keep taxes lower for the super-rich, rather than...

If You Can’t Fix It, Love It

Michelle Teixeira

February 9, 2012

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How many times a day do you look at yourself in the mirror? Did you know that at age 13 about 53% of girls are unhappy with their body? Or that that percentage increases to about 78% by the time they’re 17? Why are girls...

Facebook Impacting Your Future

Amanda Langan

February 2, 2012

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Next time you log onto Facebook, make sure you change your name, lock your photos, and hide your wall-posts. What happens when free speech isn’t really free? Most people think saying what they want on Facebook is a First...

SOPA is a Terrible Idea

Matthew McManus

February 2, 2012

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The Stop Online Piracy Act Bill is a bad idea and infringes on the rights of the people given by the first amendment. For those who don’t know what the Stop Online Piracy Act or SOPA bill is, it would allow United States...

A Waste of a Perfectly Good Dimension

Samantha Intili, Editor

December 19, 2011

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If you have been following any entertainment news or flipping through the ‘Movies’ section of the New York Times, then you have likely heard about Hugo. It’s the first family film ever done by the famous director Martin S...

Yearbooks Bring a Blast from the Past

Rachel Blinder, Editor

December 1, 2011

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I was working on the yearbook the other day, and I was in need of some inspiration for my spread. As always, I turned to past yearbooks. Opening the cabinet where they are stored, I was immediately struck by a shiny gold yearbook...

Does Anyone Read Anymore?

Cara McGinley

December 1, 2011

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Walking into a VHS English class at 8 a.m. on a Monday morning you will generally be greeted with several mumbled statements about the weekend’s reading assignment. Several students will mention how they “glanced over the...

Please Stalk Me

Samantha Intili, Editor

November 30, 2011

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Senior Lauren Smith arrived at the food court in the Willowbrook Mall at 7:02 p.m. Why do you know this? Because it has been broadcasted to over 50 of her friends and countless strangers on foursquare. If you do not know where...

StumbleUpon This

Lauren Smith

November 30, 2011

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So I’m sitting at my computer trying to write this story. I’m not even sure what exactly it’s going to be about. I have ideas about smartphones, college stuff, other generic stupid things and I’m not really sold on any...

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