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Josh Veltrie: Reflections from London 2012

By Josh Veltrie ’11 This summer I was lucky to enough to enjoy the experience of a lifetime: working the Olympics in London. Being able…

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A reaction to Dr. Simonet’s post

This blog post was written as a reaction to Dr. Simonet’s blog post. To read Dr. Simonet’s post click here. By Dr. David R. Dewberry…

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Anything Goes Blog: An opinion on professor dress code

By Dr. Thomas Simonet ESSAY QUESTIONS (choose one): 1. Analyze the impacts of the Napoleonic Code on the Holy Roman Empire. 2. How should a…

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Between Ryan Adams^2 and a Root Canal^2

By Dr. Jonathan Millen Associate Dean, Liberal Arts I have had a strange 24 hours.  Last night I was at Carnegie Hall to see a…

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My late-blooming life

By Amar Kapadia So… I just found out that I’m graduating this May 2012.  What’s the big deal, you ask?  Well, as a non-traditional student…

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Sisters Paving (and Painting) a Way to a Better Tomorrow at Trenton’s YMCA

By Kaitlin Williamson The sisters of Delta Phi Epsilon strive to help the community in many ways, including attending Community Day at the YMCA in…

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Day-In-The-Life of an RA

By Neil Rasbury Well, what can I say about being a new Resident Advisor? First off, let me start off with why I wanted to…

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I Am Not a Butt Guy

Those who know me most likely expected my first-ever blog to be about music. The Beatles, Dylan, or Ryan Adams (look him up). Or hockey…

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A Day in the Life of a Westminster Graduate Student

On a Sunday early in March, I, Justine Claire Aronson, got married to myself.  While I was disappointed to hear that Sue Sylvester had already hilariously covered…

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Finding the silver lining

By Emily Landgraf On Saturday, Jan. 8, I was attending the Investigate Reporters and Editor’s (IRE) Campus Coverage Project in Phoenix at Arizona State University.…

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Guest Blog: Student excuses – What do you think?

Many semesters ago, a student asked me what I like to do in my free time. I usually reply that I like to read about…

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