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Shut up and read or get up and leave

Shut up and read or get up and leave

by Amanda Gilmore You’ve got an eight-page paper to write that’s due tomorrow, or maybe it’s a cumulative exam in your most difficult class. You’re staring at a blank Word…

Natural Disasters Like Sandy Are No Laughing Matter

Natural Disasters Like Sandy Are No Laughing Matter

by Adam Zielonka If you’re like me, you’ve used humor for many things. Often it’s self-deprecating, to make fun of yourself in an embarrassing situation, such as a clumsy pass…

Debates: Staying focused on the issues

Debates: Staying focused on the issues

by Dan Beck The presidential debates are over and thank goodness! We are now in the last stretch of the election cycle, culminating with November 6’s election. We can now…

A British Student’s Take on the American political party conventions

A British Student’s Take on the American political party conventions

By Scott Nicholls The Democratic National Convention ran this week with little surprise or controversy. The two major party’s conventions have seemed rather insignificant in recent elections but they delivered…

The RA – An Inside Look at the Role, In Their Own Words

The Resident Advisor (RA) position is a complex one. Each RA is a full-time student, yet also manages to carry a full workload of responsibility away from the classroom. RAs…

Mandatory online alcohol program is a waste of time

Check your e-mails recently? You might remember receiving a good one from DeSales on March 15, when all students were informed that they were expected to take a 1 ½…

Life without a car frustrates some students

Life without a car frustrates some students

Being a college student can be stressful at times. College students are asked to get work done on time and be on time for various activities and meetings. For college…

A Letter From SGA

The rumors that surrounded Café McShea were strictly that, rumors and hearsay. SGA had no part in confirming any rumors surrounding McShea. Student government’s sole purpose is to represent the…

Doctor hours are too early for some

Doctor hours are too early for some

The prime time of year for illnesses is beginning. Sniffles, sneezes and soreness will soon have many students lining up outside the DeSales University Health Center to see the on-campus…

Waitlisting courses benefit some, leave others anxious

Registration for spring classes has left seniors excited to see the end in sight, while other students have struggled to find available courses. During registration for the spring 2011 semester, DeSales…

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