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Opinion: The Apathetic Epidemic

Society’s wastefulness has bothered me for some time, but it never irks me more than when I am on a college campus. All you can eat and à la carte dining halls fuel the main perpetrators; that is, college students whose eyes are bigger than their stomachs. Students do not often eat with their brains […]

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5 Things You Probably Didn’t Know You Could Recycle

1. Toilet paper and paper towel rolls. It’s as good as any other cardboard. 2. The container your berries came in. Strawberries, blueberries, raspberries, you name it, the plastic container can be recycled. 3. Newspaper and the bag in which it was delivered. That’s right, not only can you recycle the newspaper, but you can […]

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In Honor of National Bike Month

In Honor of National Bike Month… By: Hannah Remmert   As May finally rolls in, Queen’s popular hit “Bicycle Races” definitely seems to have it right with the repetitive chorus of “I want to ride my bicycle, I want to ride my bike”. Sponsored by The League of American Bicyclists, May is National Bike Month. […]

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Hike with Heart donations head to the Himalayas

  To provide free shelter, medical, psychological and legal assistance to women and children who are victims of violence. To allow destitute or abused women and children access to Montessori, primary, secondary and third level education as well as various skills training and empowerment programs. To engage in rights advocacy and awareness programs via the […]

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Opinion: The buzz on bees

First, read this article and watch the video that goes along with it! BBC News’ Maddie Moate tackled the question of what would happen if bees were extinct, and the prognosis was a lot worse than fewer stings and no honey. When a person buys all his or her food from the aisles of Kroger, it becomes […]

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In Honor of National Bike Month

In Honor of National Bike Month… By: Hannah Remmert   As May finally rolls in, Queen’s popular hit “Bicycle Races” definitely seems to have it right with the repetitive chorus of “I want … [Read More...]

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Hike with Heart donations head to the Himalayas

  To provide free shelter, medical, psychological and legal assistance to women and children who are victims of violence. To allow destitute or abused women and children access to … [Read More...]

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Attack of the honeysuckle: invasive species takes over Western Woods

“The greatest service which can be rendered any country is to add a useful plant to its culture,” the third President of the United States said. In 1800, Thomas Jefferson had no idea how wrong he … [Read More...]

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