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Posts published in February 2011

Senate leadership failing students and their government

Student Senate this week approved a new Internal Affairs committee chairman. To the average student, this means very little. The position oversees, obviously, the internal workings of Senate. Beyond that, the chairman position isn’t of much concern to the student body at large. What should…

Friday’s Flavor: The Whole Truth on Whole Grains

Carbohydrates are necessary for bodily functions. They provide the fuel source for our brain, many important nutrients and the ever-so-important fiber for our bodies. Main sources of carbohydrates come from grains. Grains are the seeds of plants used to make flours, breads and pasta. They…

American Apparel selling to subcultures

I spend an enormous amount of time looking at American Apparel’s website. I’ve never bought a shirt from them. I would never be able to fit into their oppressively skinny jeans and I don’t have that certain waifish look all their models seem to wear…

Facebook should think twice before deleting artwork

Should Facebook delete artwork off its site?  As a graphic design major this question really makes me think. According to a recent article  of  the New York Times, Facebook has been deleting photos of artwork off The New York Academy of Art’s page, along with…

Campustown ‘much better location’ for University PD

The University Police Department’s move to Campustown means, at the very least, the department’s 18 officers will have a little more room to breathe. More than that, though, the new headquarters has helped propel the department to a new level of professionalism and has increased…

Senate moves for Lovelace Hall improvements

A Student Senate resolution proposing renovations be made to Lovelace and Elmwood Hall before next semester will be presented to the General Assembly on Monday. Singles Complex, College Hall and Student Apartment Complex Senator Iván González-Giménez said after hearing no response from administration and seeing…

Serving up nearly 40 years of dedication

Edna Cockfield is famous in the Chi Omega house for her strawberry pretzel dessert, singing to house members and 38 years of preparing meals. This Monday, Edna will celebrate her 75th birthday with a party from Chi Omega members spanning throughout nearly four decades. “We…

Peace Corps director promotes service to students

“The Peace Corps has changed millions of lives. 200,000 Americans have worked shoulder to shoulder with people in a vastly different society and culture,” Peace Corps Director Aaron Williams said to a room packed with students and community members on Wednesday. Williams along with Congressman…

Campus drug culture: The role of Res. Hall staff

Editor’s note: This is the second of a three-part series on drugs on campus. Every pair of jeans is gone through. Every DVD is opened. Closets are searched. Sockets are removed from the walls and examined. Every inch is checked and double-checked. This isn’t a…

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