Daily Archives : December 11, 2014

The Lost Holiday Spirit in College

It’s the most wonderful time of the year. Holiday spirits are running at an ultimate high as Hanukkah, Christmas, and Kwanza quickly approach. However, for college students, looking forward to the holidays isn’t quite as enjoyable as when they were…

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In Honor of Disney’s Birthday: The ‘Partners’ Statue and American Iconography

One hundred and thirteen years ago, on December 5, 1901, American icon Walt Disney was born. This sounds entirely too long ago for a man whose legacy is still so imbued in present American popular culture. The ubiquity of this…

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Watch What You Post Online

Social media is more active than it ever has been before. Parents are buying their little infant babies iPads, and there are toddlers running around with iPhones. Children are starting their forays into the online world much earlier than the…

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Miss America: Glittering, Glamorous National Symbol?

[section_title title=First page title] One nation. Around 160 million women. Can one national pageant determine a single face for all these females – a symbol for the entire country? The annual Miss America contest boasts twinkling lights, sweeping ball gowns,…

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To High School Seniors Across the Nation Hearing from Colleges

Hey seniors! It’s that time of year already? No, I’m not talking about Christmas. It’s crazy to think that just one year ago I was in the same shoes as a lot of you right now, behind a computer awaiting…

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