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Caulking Causes Computer Lab Closure – From the Desk of the Editor

February 8, 2013


Filed under Archives, News

- [post-date] - Computers in the Lech Walesa Hall (LWH) second floor computer lab have been unavailable for use since late January. Tables along with computers have been blocked off and are surrounded by yellow caution tape. The lack of useable computers is a result of falling caulk that has not been...

Secession of Stupid States

Secession of Stupid States

February 8, 2013


Filed under Archives, Opinions

By Lauren Gugwor – Staff Writer - [post-date] - Weeks after President Barack Obama’s re-election, Republicans around the country are still finding ways to come to terms with it; be it waiting for the Ohio votes to come in, trying to justify why their false prediction for Mitt Romey isn’t compl...

Doth Protest Too Much, Methinks

Doth Protest Too Much, Methinks

February 8, 2013


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By Chris Tormos – Staff Writter   - [post-date] - The Westboro Baptist Church has unfortunately wriggled their way into our lives through the bizarre, attention-seeking behavior they have become known for. The engine of the media is fueled by controversy of any sort, so when a grou...

Letter to the Editor – Sandy Hook Shooting

February 8, 2013


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Harry G. Karadimos-Contributing Writer - [post-date] - On Dec. 14, 2012, Adam Lanza walked into the Sandy Hook Elementary School in Newtown CT and murdered 26 people with firearms that he reportedly took from his mother. Twenty of his victims were little children and six were adults. When the police...

Gun Control

Gun Control

February 8, 2013


Filed under Archives, Opinions

By: Ari Guttman – Distribution Manager - [post-date] - The recent large-scale shootings across the U.S. have brought the issues of gun control and gun sales regulation to the forefront of conversation and legislation. Also under scrutiny is the troubling availability of guns to people wi...

Will Egypt Degenerate into a Theocracy?

February 8, 2013


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By Hiram Crespo – Staff Writer - [post-date] - Egypt in 2011 had a revolution where people died on the streets thirsty for freedom and furious against tyranny.  Now, as the dust is settling, the draft of a new constitution seems to have been hastily voted on by a slim majority that re-establishes...

Superbowl Surprise!

Superbowl Surprise!

February 8, 2013


Filed under Archives, Sports

By Matthew Greenberg - Sports Editor - [post-date] - The Baltimore Ravens and the San Francisco 49ers clashed in the New Orleans Superdome, each team in hot pursuit of the Super Bowl XLVII Lombardi Trophy and a ring on their finger that would solidify their place in NFL history. This year, how...

It’s About Building Trest…man

February 8, 2013


Filed under Archives, Sports

Gregory Adler - Staff Writer - [post-date] - After struggling the past nine seasons under Head Coach Lovie Smith, the Bears have chosen their next leader. Enter Marc Trestman. The question remains on the minds of Bears fans everywhere: Was this the right choice? After all, Trestman has been out...

History in the Making

History in the Making

Katie Kelly, Staff Writer

February 8, 2013


Filed under Archives, Sports

Battling tough teams, the Chicago Blackhawks have pulled through and shown their strength by having the best start in franchise history: 6-0-0. As of Jan. 30, 2013 the Chicago Blackhawks have one of the best starts in NHL history, and although they have a rough road ahead of them, the rest of the Hawks’...

NHL 2k13

NHL 2k13

February 7, 2013


Filed under Archives, Sports

4 stars Ari Guttman – Distribution Manager - [ post-date] - While hockey fans were waiting for the NHL season to start, there was nothing better to do than play NHL 2k13 while the lockout continued. The game is very much improved from last year since there are more scoring, hitting a...

Get Higher, Go Climb

February 7, 2013


Filed under Archives, Arts & Life

By Henry Nguyen – Staff Writer - [post-date] - Adventure? Challenges? Death-defying heights? Anyone interested in these should take a journey through the high ropes course. It’s like Fear Factor with trapeze elements according to Coordinator of Experiential Programs Erin Claudio. It is an o...

Zumba Toning Defining Fitness

February 7, 2013


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By Jacklyn Nowotnik - Managing Editor - [post-date] - If only there was a way to get in the needed cardio and muscle toning workouts without spending hours on end in the gym every week. Luckily, the Zumba gods have a solution, it’s called Zumba Toning. Zumba Toning combines the familiar rhythms a...

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