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15 Feb 2012

Shooting in Ohio

Five students were shot at Chardon high school in Clevand, Ohio. The sad part of this story is that so many times this has happened and so many times we have over looked why students are reacting this way. Reactions of this extremity are a result of our media, social

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15 Feb 2012

Tax Cuts

As President Obama said in an address to a community college regarding budget cut plans,”The time for self inflicted wounds to our economy has to be over.” Obama is asking Americans to keep talking about and keep demanding the passing of a bill that will extend reduced taxes. According to

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15 Feb 2012

Perry, Please Don't Run Again

According to CNN blog sites, Rick Perry is noting his attempt for debates in the 2012 primary as merely a practice as he embarks on the road to a presidential election yet again. Personally, I don’t want a presidential candidate who shows n0 interest in bettering educational costs and economical

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15 Feb 2012

Have diets actually lasted past the new year?

It is no longer a secret. Everyone’s new year’s resolution had some form of “Make my body better” included in it. Perhaps the gym isn’t the answer for everyone, but with technology now a days who really needs some good ol’ cardio? Some of the newest, healthy diet trends are

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15 Feb 2012

Celebrity news is not newsworthy

I’m going to take a dip into celebrity news, an area of news I believe is irrelevant. However, two incidents caught my eye and brought to my attention just how consumed Americans can get in lives that are not their own, the passing of Whitney Houston and Chris Brown and

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15 Feb 2012

Chris Christie criticized for appearance

Chris Christie, Governor of New Jersey, has been labeled “not president material” for his obesity issues. According to abcnews.go, columnist Mike Kinsley of ABC news is calling Christie’s weight a character flaw that completely disqualifies him from the race for presidency. All this said to a man who actually chose not to run

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10 Feb 2012

The Runnin’ Rams tear up the track this week in Lubbock

  Emma Fradette   ekfradette@txwes.edu   The Texas Wesleyan men and women’s track team’ competed Saturday, Feb. 4 in the Texas Tech Indoor Invitational in Lubbock, Texas.   The Lady Rams finished with three runners placing in the top 10. Ana Segovia, freshman short distance runner, ran the mile under

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