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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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Ways to break your winter stress problem

March 21, 2013
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Stress is something that is constantly building and being released.  Too much stress can lead to fatigue and illness, too little gives birth to boredom.  The correct dose keeps us on our toes in tiptop shape for tests, competition, and almost anything thrown our way. The mind is full of all sorts of information that…

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Our View: Saint Patrick’s Day Shenanigans

March 14, 2013
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It’s that time of year again. The drinks are flowing, the food is greasy, and the clothes are green. It is Saint Patrick’s Day! Every year, Saint Patrick’s Day is hyped up among college students almost more than any other holiday. It even rivals Christmas (even without all of the presents). Why, you may ask.…

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Revenge for Martin

March 14, 2013
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Florida is a very popular tourist spot for vacationing families, and even college spring breakers. Last week, as we anxiously counted down the days until Spring Break, I also couldn’t help but to think of something else Florida was noticed for this time last year. Feb. 26 marked the one-year anniversary for the fatal shooting…

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Pope Benedict XIV’s historical leave

March 14, 2013
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February 28 of 2013 was a day like any other for billions of people around the world. Here at Adrian College, it too was a Thursday like any other, the temperature outside peaked to a high of 37 degrees, students went about their daily classwork, as usual, and I’m sure several students danced until the…

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