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Give me coffee or give me death

Sunday nights and no coffee in sight

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A teacher’s testimony

Becoming a Christian at Eastern

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Ask Walt …

The Guy Who Knows It All

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A paper for the students, by the students

 Contrary to recent rumors and discussions, The Waltonian is not, in any way, censored by the administration. No one tells our staff what we can or cannot do in terms of story topics and no one, other than student editors, sees the actual files for the pages before I send […]

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Acceptable Evolution

Reconciling evolution with Christianity

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Held to a higher standard

Underage drinking not a way to relax

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Letter to the Editor

Refuge responds to misunderstandings

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A professor’s procrastination is a problem for everybody

Procrastinating, late, disorganized, lacking focus. These are just some of the words you could use to describe a lot of students. Everyone knows that member of their class who never gets the work or reading done on time or who stays up to 4 a.m. to get that term paper […]

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Shalom, not economics, should inspire health care

Dr. Jonathan Yonan’s recent argument in the Sept. 16 issue of The Waltonian, that wrong questions lead to poor answers is refreshing and true.  Unfortunately, his rejection of the question of whether “comprehensive health insurance” is a civil right is mistaken. Dr. Yonan worries that “rights” language in the debate […]

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Should we celebrate Halloween?

When the Halloween season comes around, many Christian conservatives cringe.  But why is that? What is so wrong with a holiday that so many children grow up looking forward to?  The holiday when they can dress up as Red Riding Hood and Ninja Turtles. The real question is, as Christians, […]