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November 15, 2007

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To read the original article by Bennett Fuson, click here By: Vincent Dattolo Dear Editor, In a recent article titled, “Dattolo’s dresses up food court standards,” written by Bennett Fuson, I was disturbed to fin...

Enjoy the holidays, but don’t forget health

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November 15, 2007

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By: HiLite Staff As the holiday season gears up, finals and shopping aren’t the only spectacles around the corner — the classic holiday weight gain and the storm of food usually accompanied by winter break threaten s...

Learning how to have fun

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November 15, 2007

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By: Grace Baranowski <[email protected]> As I made my final preparations for my summer in Spain—buying that final pair of socks, assembling important papers, I felt a bubble of glimmering excitement rise inside...

They’re the ones that I want

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November 1, 2007

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By: Katie Duffy <[email protected]> Some girlfriends and I went to see “The Jane Austen Book Club” a few weekends ago at the new Arts Cinema at Keystone at the Crossing. Having all been Austen fans prior to seeing t...

Turmoil in Myanmar

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November 1, 2007

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By: Grace Baranowski <[email protected]> Half-way across the world, political turmoil embroils a nation. But even though it’s thousands of miles removed from our conscience, the repression of basic human rights is tro...

iTunes killed the radio star

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November 1, 2007

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By: Mitch Ringenberg <[email protected]> Record stores have been closing rapidly across the country in what is now the digital age of music. In 2006, the mega music chain Tower Records went out of busin...

Media creates unreasonable hype, uproar

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November 1, 2007

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Join a discussion about this article HERE. By: Jaclyn Chen <[email protected]> The first lesson journalists learn is don’t create the news. That fundamental rule was nearly violated in the last few weeks when Carmel made national news reg...

Is $200,000 really worth name?

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November 1, 2007

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Staff Perspective College, for most students, is a four-year journey. Many students want to get the best education, adopt many new majors and experience a new town and culture, so wouldn’t it be nice to have all that for...

One thing you won’t learn in school

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October 10, 2007

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By: Christine Bertsch It was one of those usual lazy Sunday afternoons, when I finally had time during the week to sit, watch TV and relax. As I flipped aimlessly through the channels, I landed on a news station debating pol...

Ditching my five-year plan

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October 10, 2007

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By: Stephanie Walstrom All stereotypes of teenage angst, rebellion and experimentation aside, I really do think that teenagers everywhere want to find themselves. I also think there are a lot of people who, later in life, will...

Medication carries diseases along with cure

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October 10, 2007

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By: Mary Queisser You can’t sleep. You can’t eat, even though you want to and know you should. You begin to sweat so much you always to wear jackets to conceal the sweat marks under you arms. Sometimes you can feel your hea...

Free music, free love

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October 10, 2007

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Join a discussion about this article HERE. By: John Shi <[email protected]> Radiohead’s new album, “In Rainbows”, will be offered free of charge. And it’s not that bands haven’t done this before, it’s that Radiohead (one of the biggest bands around...