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The Travel of a Thought

Ryan Forth, Assistant EIC

March 31, 2011

How often will a person think about where a thought travels? For example, how did we suddenly start talking about life in outer space? We were talking about chances. Odds are there are about four parts of that conversation you forgot about. Life is like that. You can look at the beginning of something:...

Sugaree’s saucy spiel: Cinderella is a vegetarian

Sugaree’s saucy spiel: Cinderella is a vegetarian

Brooklyn Schlote, A&E Editor

March 29, 2011

In Peggy Orenstein’s new book, Cinderella Ate My Daughter, she documents trying to raise a daughter in a princess infused world. Seeing tiaras, frilly dresses and plastic slippers everywhere could be bad for your daughter claims Orenstein. “What these companies will tell you is that girls want...

Federal checkbook out of stubs

Dale Krause, EIC

March 29, 2011

Earlier this year, the Federal Government had been whispering of a possible "shutdown" due to the fattening growth of the U.S. deficit. Shortly after, Congress had passed a two-week extension on the continuing resolution in order to avoid the "shutdown." The extension also dispels any 2011 spending...

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