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Dessert Lasagna

September 16, 2014

Filed under Opinion

[media-credit id=1 align="alignleft" width="600"][/media-credit]This recipe is not just a dessert, but also a lasagna with layers of cereal and peanut butter. On top of that, you do not have to bake it. It is perfect for summertime an...

Parking lot panic

Sophea Choun

September 16, 2014

Filed under Opinion

How to handle parking situations School parking can be frustrating, especially during peak hours. A common scenario is when you are driving around and around looking for an open spot while others are doing the same, and when...

Affirmative action gone, issues remain

May 6, 2014

Filed under Opinion

The Supreme Court recently upheld a ban on using race as a factor in admissions decisions in Michigan universities, a step California took in 1996 with Proposition 209, which ended all forms of affirmative action in the state. Affirmative...

Speak Out: How would you improve campus security?

Tyler Bar-Ness

May 6, 2014

Filed under Opinion

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A strangled future

Tyler Bar-Ness

May 6, 2014

Filed under Opinion

Borrowing from the future bites back, hard Student loans are putting young adults $1 trillion in debt, according to Time Magazine. The mounting student loan debt is a serious issue that needs to be addressed. College is...

Electronic cigarettes need regulations

Marc Brodeur

May 1, 2014

Filed under Opinion

Imagine sitting in class and seeing a plume of smoke but not smelling fire; you look around and notice someone smoking an electronic cigarette or vapor pen. This technology, created to help smokers quit, has been rapidly growing...

Parking pay meters need more support

Tyler Bar-Ness

April 22, 2014

Filed under Opinion

Finicky pass machines deserve our attention You are running late. It is five minutes to your midterm and you have taken every shortcut you can to get to class. You pull into the parking lot, park and rush to get a parking pass...

Infectious economics strike once more

April 22, 2014

Filed under Opinion

Old-fashioned greed destroying democratic process The Supreme Court ruled 5-4 that limits on financial contributions to political candidates were unconstitutional in McCutcheon v. Federal Election Commission on April 2. This...

Speak out: How do you conserve water?

Zach Tatar

April 22, 2014

Filed under Opinion

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Editorial cartoon: “Not so severe, but seriously annoying.”

Tyler Bar-Ness

April 2, 2014

Filed under Opinion

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Freedom of speech drives democracy

April 2, 2014

Filed under Opinion

Controversial ideas provide insight even if they offend Recently, controversial pamphlets featuring post-abortion fetuses were distributed and left around campus. It bothered a few people enough to complain, call the police ...

State of planet drives away aliens

Tyler Bar-Ness

April 2, 2014

Filed under News, Opinion

The world is abuzz over the first contact made with alien life from beyond Earth's atmosphere. People of the world were shocked by the news that humanity is considered too troublesome to join the interstellar community. “Y...

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