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Professors voice opinions about theft

In light of the recent bumper sticker theft, what shines from the professors who owned the stickers are various beams of opinion regarding the motive. Dr. Wendy Mercier, Dr. Kathy Lee and Mark Hallen all found their political bumper stickers stripped from their doors on September 22. “Theft should be […]

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OPINION: Voting should not be a fad

With the Presidential election drawing nearer, there have been a plethora of issues concerning me. The issue that most concerns me is the notion that people of color, particularly African Americans, will determine this year’s election. As a young African American in today’s society, I find it very interesting to […]

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Plain Jane website debunks myths about body image

Two years ago, 45-year-old actress Jamie Lee Curtis posed bluntly for More magazine, in a sports bra and spandex underwear-without makeup, special lighting or air brushing-in defiance of Hollywood’s standard for physical appearance. Little did Curtis know the full impact her decision would make. Jessica Devaney, a first-year at Lake […]

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Pennswood residents relate life at Eastern University’s off-campus residence hall

To on-campus students, there is a sense of mystery surrounding Pennswood, Eastern’s off-campus residence hall. “It’s a piece of heaven!” said Kevin Maness, Pennswood resident director. Pennswood is a three-floor residence hall located at Harcum College in Bryn Mawr. Eastern University rents the top floor. The building is shared with […]

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Former bartender paints observations

“The four horsemen of the apocalypse walk into a bar…” What sounds like the beginning of a joke is actually the inspiration behind artist Marcy Abhau’s “Behind Bars.” The series of paintings reflect experiences she had as a bartender while attending art school. “I wanted to paint all the people […]

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BOOK REVIEW: The Nazi Doctors

Doctors are healers. We take this fact for granted, trusting in those who take an oath to protect the sick. But as Robert J. Lifton’s The Nazi Doctors shows, that trust has a dark side. Lifton’s book details how the traditional physician’s vision of healing individuals was applied to the […]

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Hijacked faith calls for quick recovery

Many of us feel that our faith has been stolen, and it’s time to take it back. A misrepresentation of Christianity has taken place. Many people around the world now think Christian faith stands for political commitments that are almost the opposite of its true meaning. How did the faith […]

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Students reveal preferred midnight snack suppliers

For some, searching for late night food is fundamental to college life. The pickings may be slim, but when it nears midnight and most places on the Main Line have shut down, there are still a few local stops that students can count on. Minella’s (often pronounced ‘manilla’s’) is a […]