A Moment To Remember
Mar31

A Moment To Remember

By Cassandra Fawley Staff Reporter At twenty-five, I can not remember the day my nephew was born, the day my brother got married, or my Aunt Paula’s funeral after a five-year battle with breast cancer. I was not here. I missed more than one Christmas, six different Thanksgiving holidays, and seven years worth of birthdays.  I do not recall what day I graduated from high school, my eighteenth birthday, or the first time I drank an...

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History Abridged: The Ukrainian Conflict

An informal look at what made the Ukrainian conflict the way it is today. Following the history, the present, and it’s impact, this article serves as a stepping stone to understanding the conflict as well as what a student can do to contribute.

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How to Solve the Biggest Problems with Safety

By Sondra Erwin   After a string of robberies on campus, what can the Carroll Community do to stay safe? Back in December, the first of a string of robberies took place. A student was held at knife point and the robber got away with his laptop. Later in the month, three more robberies took place in residence halls. And in January another theft of two laptops took place in Steele and Swarthout Halls. Robberies such as these are not...

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Don’t Panic: Preparing for Winter in Wisconsin

Elainia Barbieri I am not really a winter girl. Sure, I adore the holidays and the look of snow on the trees and I’m just as down for hot cocoa as anybody on campus. Just don’t make me go outside. I was still trapped in the romance of fall, when I can just sip my pumpkin spice latte and dip my toes in the frost that was to come instead of being submerged in the 9th circle of hell. But I received the first icy slap of wintery reality...

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Black Friday: How Far is too Far?

Cassandra Fawley On the last Thursday of November families will gather together, or split up in groups, to participate in a timeless tradition. Small children and some adults will be too full from their extravagant Thanksgiving meals to participate, but that will not eradicate the ever-approaching Black Friday. In 2013, one individual died and fifteen were injured during the events of this precursor to Christmas. On an optimistic...

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Don’t Panic: Preparing for Winter in Wisconsin

I am not really a winter girl. Sure, I adore the holidays and the look of snow on the trees and I’m just as down for hot cocoa as anybody on campus. Just don’t make me go outside. I was still trapped in the romance of fall, when I can just sip my pumpkin spice latte and dip my toes in the frost that was to come instead of being submerged in the 9th circle of hell. But I received the first icy slap of wintery reality in early November, during my English seminar, when the first visible snowflakes began to float down from the sky.

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