Monthly Archives: January 2013

Lessons Learned in Ellis Hall Bathrooms

Like many young women, I have cursed the Victoria Secret models as they strut down the runway, felt fat, and then comforted myself with a piece of Kentucky Fried Chicken. But the thought always comes to mind of why women … Continue reading

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Stalking in Pop Culture

We have all been there.  We have all, at some point or another, been infatuated with something that we now regret taking such a strong interest in.  I am not ashamed to admit that I used to be absolutely obsessed … Continue reading

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Thoughts on Steubenville

“The thing I found most disturbing about this is that there were other people around when this was going on,” William McCafferty, the Steubenville police chief, said of the events that unfolded. “Nobody had the morals to say, ‘Hey, stop … Continue reading

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Meet Lindsey Spanner, Student Worker

Hello everyone!  My name is Lindsey Spanner and I am a junior studying Communication Studies and Spanish.  I am also pursuing the Writing Certificate and hope to complete a Linguistics minor before I graduate.  This is my second semester as … Continue reading

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