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Parents turn to Uber to shuttle kids, even though it’s not allowed

Parents turn to Uber to shuttle kids, even though it’s not allowed

August 29, 2017


Filed under Business

Susannah Bryan Sun Sentinel (TNS) FORT LAUDERDALE, Fla. — Teenager Emily Lieber needed a ride home from the bus stop, so she did what her parents might do: She called Uber. When the driver showed up, he told the Hollywood, Fla., teen, then 13, that she was too young to ride. So she called anoth...

Gaining Perspective

Gaining Perspective

Terry Nelson, Northeast Speech Instructor-Director of Forensics

June 6, 2014


Filed under Columns

I miss my dad. A few years ago, he got in a fight with melanoma – and melanoma won. Having grown up with four brothers and a mother that was more marine sergeant than nurturer, my dad felt uncomfortable when it came to women – especially when tears entered the picture. Dad was definitely not...

Spring Break Stress

Spring Break Stress

Angela Richart, Assistant Editor-in-Chief

March 15, 2014


Filed under Campus

Usually when you think of Spring Break you think of beaches and bikinis, but that was not the case for this girl. My week vacation from school was spent working, sleeping and lounging around my parent’s house with two bickering cats. I was, however, still somewhat productive. I got my car worked on...

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