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Next year starts now

April 4, 2013
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As the temperature finally broke the 60 degree mark, and it seems to students that the semester is almost over, it is often useful to take a step back and realize that there is still much work to be done. It is tough to not get overwhelmed by the workload that the end of the…

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Love and marriage knows no gender

April 4, 2013
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Homosexuality seems to be a touchy subject these days; it is one of those topics that you avoid bringing up, like politics or religion. The interesting thing is, all three of them somewhat coincide with each other. Recently, gay marriage has been a controversial topic, among many, that have been discussed in politics, and even…

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Set goals for yourself and stick with them

April 4, 2013
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Goals are important part of our lives, we learn to create these from elementary school, and throughout the rest of our days we’ll use them.  It’s quite baffling how many people don’t have any or haven’t quite finished setting their goals.  It’s even scary how many more don’t even follow the goals they set for…

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Our View: Easter: the world’s most interesting holiday

March 28, 2013
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What do magic hopping bunnies, colored eggs, baskets full of candy, and the resurrection of Jesus Christ all have in common? They all are parts of the interesting version of Easter that we celebrate in America. When it boils down to it, it really makes no sense how eggs and candy really relate to the…

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Not so social media

March 28, 2013
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Teens all over the world spend late nights procrastinating, with their eyes glued to the screens of their PCs, laptops, and new high tech electronics, while connecting with their peers.  After entering the social world it becomes somewhat addicting, whether you’re posting statuses, uploading photos, tweeting, snap chatting, or watching funny videos. Social networking has…

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Students stress over spring semester

March 28, 2013
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With only approximately five weeks of the spring semester left, anticipation of the upcoming summer holiday is hanging in the air, to say the least. Not only is anticipation hanging in the air, but feelings of stress, havoc, and panic are lingering as well. The semester is winding down and for most students, I believe…

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Abroad travels can be truly enlightening

March 28, 2013
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The world doesn’t end here on campus here at Adrian College, nor does the world of learning. There will be those who throw their caps in May, go off to new adventures, and begin living their dreams.  Until that time comes for the rest of us, we have to make the best of what we…

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Our View: Titanic 2 marketed towards affluent cruisers

March 21, 2013
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When a large cruise liner ship crashes, causes the deaths of roughly 1,500 people, and strikes fear into the heart of potential cruisers everywhere around the world, what is the next step? To build an exact replica, of course! If you could not deduce what I was speaking of in the paragraph above, the Titanic…

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Drinking debauchery

March 21, 2013
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Whether you are a bachelor who is soon to be married who’s hanging with the guys for the last time without any rules, a college student looking forward to thirsty Thursday, or a follower of God sitting in a pew at Sunday morning mass, drinking is all around us, it is quickly becoming a very…

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Curfews prove to cause more raucous

March 21, 2013
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It is needless to say that St. Patrick’s Day weekend was quite an interesting weekend, here at Adrian College. The several surrounding  streets lining the AC campus were filled with green, the students cheerfully stumbled throughout campus, and oddities, such as a fire truck filled with fraternity members, seemed not all that odd. I expected…

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