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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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OPINION: You too can help protect the President

Since the first day of my Advanced Placement U.S. Government class in tenth grade, I have had an interest in politics. I remember listening to my teacher discuss the political spectrum and having no idea what he was referring to, let alone what my views were. However, I did know […]

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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 […]

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Students, faculty voice opinions on voter registration

Voters will voice their opinions this November on issues gripping the country and world. From the war on terror to same sex marriages, from abortion to cloning, Americans will play a part in the course of these issues as to who will fill the Oval Office for the next four […]

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Opinion: Vote for Ralph Nader not a vote for Bush

If you genuinely support George W. Bush or are one of the twelve Americans tickled pink by John Kerry, I wish you and your candidate all the happiness in the world. For the rest of you, I have good news: you can, in good conscience, vote for Nader. You won’t […]

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Opinion: Vote for Bush will secure U.S.

The election is closing quickly and the yet undecided voters are examining the presidential candidates more closely. As it looks now, the margin of the election is going to be miniscule. The difference of leadership between the major party candidates is becoming more apparent. American citizens remember the President on […]

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Protestors hold peaceful counter-rally at Valley Forge Artillery Park

Two miles away at Artillery Park from the Amphitheatre, people of all ages came together for the Rally for Social Justice. The rally was a “family-friendly,” non-confrontational counter-rally organized by the Center for Education Rights. “There can be no peace without justice and there can be no justice with racism,” […]

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Nazis gather at Valley Forge Amphitheatre

On Saturday, visitors to Valley Forge National Historical Park were bombarded with pro and con Nazi propaganda representing one of America’s most treasured rights-freedom of speech. Supporters and protestors gathered in this high security area to listen to or disturb the white supremists. The National Socialist Movement, based in Minneapolis, […]

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First-year election results close, re-vote planned

First-year elections were held from September 20-23. The offical results were announced on September 24. Elected positions for the first-year class include president, senators and representatives. There were two seats open for senators and three seats open for representatives. All three repesentative candidates, Aaron Little, Natalie Cisternas and Alison Cawley, […]

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Political opinions stir up anger

Three professors victims of theft