So what’s next on the agenda? We’ve all gone through the endless nights of studying, wanting to pour the coffee over our heads, hoping it would somehow give us even more energy to stay up and finish cramming for those midterms. Then we rejoiced the end of midterms by enjoying the spooky festivities of Halloween this past weekend.
Now it’s the beginning of November. Students and faculty seem to be on edge. Everyone seems to just want a break and it’s like Thanksgiving can’t come fast enough. But we say, let’s take this time to relax. We have about two and half weeks until we get our “turkey day” break and that’s just enough time to sit back and enjoy the fall season. Go out shopping for a new winter wardrobe or maybe you want to get a jump start on your holiday shopping? You could always catch up on your papers and start writing that 8-page essay you have due the Monday we return from Thanksgiving break. There’s also a ton of events happening on campus over the next few weeks; so stop by Hillwood during the common hour and see what’s going on!
We also have a lot happening in the jam-packed issue of this week’s Pioneer. Our news section includes information on the new genetics lab introduced to Post just last week. A new section we are featuring is our “Peak at the Greeks.” Each week we will highlight one of the sororities or fraternities on campus.
Our nutrition section is back again with a new exercise regime to take off those “candy pounds” you gained from Halloween! Another writer also discusses the pros and cons of organic verses nonorganic foods.
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