Opinion

Drive-Thru Literature

I admit it; I used to be someone who used Sparknotes indiscriminately. Temptation lured me to err at 2:30 AM, after hours of diligent work (and sneaky procrastination). Completed the history notes? Check. Reviewed for…

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Opinion

Second Thoughts on Second Semester

Three simple, yet incredibly loaded words: second semester senior. This phrase has reached legendary proportions. Apparently, students can cut class on a regular basis with no consequences. Homework and exams? Unheard of. Overall, students believe…

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Opinion

Public vs. Private Colleges

Many factors go into the debate on public and private schools. The differences in community and culture carry over to the networks and relationships students build, and price tags may enhance or detract from a…

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Opinion

Goodbye to Recreational Reading

Over the course of the last decade, with the proliferation of computers and the Internet, we have witnessed a startling decline in reading. In a survey conducted by the Literacy Company, 80 percent of US…

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