To School Like a Human or School Like a Fish

Robert Frost said “I took the road less traveled by, and that has made all the difference.” In fourteen words Frost captured the spirit of individuality. That seems to be the social tradition of recent years: striving to be untraditional and unique. However, to truly find an acceptable definition of untraditional we must first define traditional and the connotations that come with it. Looking at the collegiate life for example, ages...

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Carroll’s Improv Team Brings Comedy to Campus

This article talks about the Funny Bone Mafia (FBM) and what they have done recently along with what their future looks like. The article also takes a look at the community that FBM has created.

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Getting Your Ideal Job of Internship

By Justin Pogodzinski According to a study by the US Federal Reserve, in 2014… They found 44 percent of recent graduates—meaning those ages 22 to 27 with a B.A. or higher—were in a job that did not technically demand a bachelor’s degree. There are certain steps you can take to be one of the few selected in a highly competitive job market. In getting a desired job or internship, it is essential to understand the mindset of employers in...

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Artist of the Month

The article features Marissa Garretto as artist of the month. The context of the article focuses on the Marissa and her artwork, current projects and inspirations that she gets for her art.

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Artist of the Month; Marissa Gerretto
Dec23

Artist of the Month; Marissa Gerretto

Sandra Rzeczyca   Congratulations to junior Marissa Gerretto on being named Artist of the Month who is a double major in photography and graphic design. Having a love for photography and art, she wants to start out in Graphic Design “to get my feet on the ground” and later start her own photography business. When working on an art piece, she gets her main inspiration from music, and places that she sees around her. “If I see...

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BERGSTROM RESIDENTS ENDEAVOUR IN GOURMET CUISINE

Linda Braus As the weather gets colder, residents of North and South Bergstrom are exercising their impeccable ability to find new and exciting things to do, all within the (usually) warm comfort of their residence halls. One way these innovative students are doing this is by cooking challenging cuisine. Rather than venturing to the Pit to satisfy late night cravings or consuming Pop-Tarts at any and all times of day like other...

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