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Out of Print: The New Media Age

Allison Schwartz, Assistant Page Editor

December 2, 2011

60 years ago, kids spent their free time after school walking to local record shops and listening to the just-released tunes of the 40’s. 25 years ago, the first video stores opened, beginning the era of the family “movie...

7,000,000,000: Too Many?

Sitara Soundararajan, Staff Writer

December 2, 2011

According to the United Nations, while you were prepping for your Halloween parties or getting ready to grab candy from those pesky trick-or-treaters on October 31, 2011, the seven billionth person popped out into our world. That’s...

The Death of Gadhafi: The Beginning

Will Zike, Staff Writer

December 1, 2011

Though the death of Moammar Gadhafi ended the reign of terror in Libya, it sparked a new controversy. When Gadhafi was killed several videos surfaced showing the disgraced former leader of Libya in his final moments. The videos,...

Protestors on Wall Street

Max Rose, Staff Writer

December 1, 2011

Ever since the United States went into a recession unemployment has increased and there have been a lot of economic bailouts from the government to try to stop corporate business from going under. Citizens are angry because we...

The Monthly Milestone: Where is the Love?

Jackie Milestone, Editor-in-Chief

November 21, 2011

I’ve recently become occupied with the worry that people are becoming increasingly more selfish. I don’t necessarily mean “greedy” but rather the concept of being overly focused on oneself. The thought was spurred when...

Holden On: Sporcle

Holden McGinnis, Science/Tech Editor

November 18, 2011

As a wise man once said, "To Sporcle or not to Sporcle, that is the question. Oh wait, that isn’t a question at all. I should Sporcle.” Now whether or not that wise man is me is beside the point. Sporcle is, simply put,...

How to Make a Sandwich With Cassie Seltzer

Cassie Seltzer, Center Spread Editor

October 30, 2011

I am a sandwich professional. During my summers, instead of heading to the beach and getting a solid tan, I choose instead to work behind the counter in an ammonia-scented deli. It’s better for my skin in the long run, and I’ve...

American Injustice: The Troy Davis and Casey Anthony Trials

Will Zike, Staff Writer

October 19, 2011

A terrible injustice was committed on September 21st at the hands of the U.S. government. On that day Troy Davis was executed for committing a murder with his guilt still seriously in question. The original trial in 1991 was a...

Middle East: A Two-State Solution

Max Rose

October 19, 2011

Over the past few weeks the United Nations has been looking at granting Palestine statehood. Opinion is largely split on this isssue. From an Israeli viewpoint a two-state solution is the key to gain peace in the Middle East....

One Last Test

Leora Haber

October 19, 2011

We spend four years of high school preparing for college. Four years taking the right classes, the right extracurriculars, the right tests, all to get into the school of our dreams. We spend four years doing the “hard stuff”;...

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