Opinion: Cut Congress’ salaries

October 18, 2013 Mark Strom 0

For those of you who are not aware, the government shutdown ended yesterday. While I’m glad it’s finally over with, it doesn’t change the fact that the entire situation was utterly disgraceful. Our international credibility […]

Need for speed: Wanted

October 18, 2013 Mark Wadland 0

The Internet connection in residence halls comes and goes. Unfortunately, this affects my ability to do school work. Research papers are a big part of an English major’s life. This is a problem when I […]

Enforce the tobacco policy

October 4, 2013 Mark Wadland 0

I do not like smoking. I do not enjoy the smell of cigarettes or their potentially deadly health effects. Unfortunately, cigarettes are legal in this society. It is a fact I have learned to accept. […]

Goodbye, Larned Beach

September 27, 2013 Mark Wadland 0

The construction on campus has its pros and cons. For example, it is great that a new science center is being built here. Students studying biology, chemistry or other types of sciences will benefit most […]

Missing the meal exchanges?

September 27, 2013 Scott Calzolaio 0

For those of you that don’t know, last year we had a very effective system in place called the “The Meal Exchange Program.” With this program in place, students with a meal plan could go […]

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