Articles written by: Ellen Sherman

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We’re All Broken

During Passover, God required the Israelites to set themselves apart. When the plague came and took all the first born sons, it did not distinguish between Egyptians and Israelites. Unless the blood of the sacrificial lamb was upon the doorframe, the plague was not stopping. Why did God do this? […]

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What Burns My Toast…

1. Asking us to go home, then expecting us to be back hours later. It’s not a surprise to anyone that this entire snow/ice storm has caused intense amounts of stress. And it’s no secret that carefree snow days are long over. When the dorms were beginning to feel the […]

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What Burns My Toast…

1. Make up work on snow days. Remember the good old days? When a snow day meant nothing to do but spend all your time sledding and drinking hot chocolate? When you didn’t hear from teachers, meaning there was no work to be done? Ever since the invention of Blackboard, […]

A&E

Miley Cyrus’s angsty rebellion continues with new album Bangerz

Miley Cyrus’ new album entitled “Bangerz” is nothing like the old Hannah Montana that occupied so many of her years. The album contains shocking lyrics, club beats, several featured artists, yet the same talented Cyrus. Although many of the songs appalled me and left me speechless, I can’t help but […]

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The Waltonian Guide to Hibernation: Preparing for the long winter months

The weather lately has been bizarre! One day, you’re bundling in your winter coat with a rosey red nose from the cold, and the next you’re shedding the coat for a lightweight jacket. Could the weather just make up its mind already? Regardless of the constant shifts in temperature, colder […]

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What Burns My Toast…

1. Campus-wide sickness. Why does it seem like everyone gets sick at the same time? Perhaps it has to do with the fact that we all live on top of each other on this quaint campus. It may also be due to the college students I observe who seem to […]

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What Burns My Toast…

1. One thing that has really been burning my toast this past week is the burning temperatures. ISN’T IT OCTOBER?? Fall is the best time of year, with the leaves changing color, cute and comfy sweaters with stylish boots, and pumpkin spice flavored everything. What could be better? One thing […]