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Freshmen 15 may be a myth, but weight gain is real

By Meghanne Adams -- When a graduating senior in high school leaves home, they have eaten the majority of their meals at home, or their food choices have been influenced by parents. Those choices often change when a student gets to college. Along with gaining plenty of new freedoms, incoming [...]

Procrastination offers only temporary relief

By Meghanne Adams-- Procrastination is something that almost everyone is guilty of from time to time, and it is seen more commonly on college campuses or in academic settings. Procrastination, according to the article “Procrastination Makeover: Homework Edition,” can lead to stress that [...]

Veterans have a different view of life

Veterans have a different view of life

By Claire De Roin-- Andrew Sedivy won’t talk about the things he saw and did in combat. He served two overseas tours with the United States Navy. Sedivy, 23, served eight-month tours in both Iraq and Afghanistan. Sedivy explains that combat veterans usually don’t talk about their [...]

General McChrystal visits Morningside

General McChrystal visits Morningside

By Kevin Green-- General Stanley McChrystal, former top commander of U.S. forces in Afghanistan, presented this year’s Waitt Lecture in Eppley Auditorium Wednesday October 19th. His discussion on “The Strategic Challenges Facing America” focused on relationships between the U.S. and Middle [...]

Mitt Romney visits Morningside

By Kevin Green-- Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney made a campaign stop at the Olsen Student Center on Thursday.  After a shameless plug Dr. Sam Clovis, professor and chair of the business administration and economics department, introduced Romney to a rousing ovation. Romney then [...]

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