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By Paola Guzman Head Copyeditor With midterms right around the corner, stress is inevitable for most students. College students have to juggle countless activities including school,...

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By Anand Venigalla Staff Writer Assistant Professor Shawn Welnak of the philosophy department in his office at Winnick House. Welnak is uncovering an answer to the...

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By Kristina Huderski Features Editor Senior dance major Rhaamell Burke-Missouri is proof that you don’t have to find your passion at a young age in order...

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By Caroline Ryan Co-Editor-in-Chief Juggling classes, homework, extracurricular activities and an active social life can be stressful for college students. Eating healthy foods is probably the...

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By Anand Venigalla & Thomas Gillen Staff Writer & co-Editor-in-Chief Several weeks into the spring semester, student athletes must once again learn to manage their time...

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By David Capobianco Staff Writer Associate Professor of History Willie Hiatt’s book, “The Rarified Air of the Modern: Airplanes and Technological Modernity in the Andes,” was...

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By Thomas Asbaty Staff Writer With Valentine’s Day right around the corner the sisters of Alpha Epsilon Phi thought it would be a perfect time to...

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By Ruhi Gandhi  Assistant Arts Editor Post Theatre Company (PTC) presented the Virgil J. Lee New Play Festival: “Reporting Live” on February 3 and February 5. Originally...

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By Thomas Gillen co-Editor-in-Chief Associate history professor Willie Hiatt and psychology professor Dr. Robert Keisner will speak at the Hispanic Association Club’s upcoming discussion on Feb. 15...

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By Thomas Asbaty Staff Writer Samantha Negron, a senior broadcasting major originally from Florida, has worked at WCWP, the campus radio station, since she was an...