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What do you think about the current advisement process?

I have only had one adviser. She’s really good, always knows what she’s talking about and keeps me on track with the classes I need.” Bethany Kavanaugh, junior secondary education major My adviser hasn’t dealt with the issue properly. It doesn’t seem like advisers are worried about the students. It’s ...

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Phishing, trolling major risks to Facebook users

Catherine Weiss | Staff Writer Facebook has become one of the most used websites in the world. With more and more people signing up for Facebook daily, it’s no surprise it has become a target for phishing, scams and hacking. For students, this means every time you log in at ...

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Student finds advising process not up to par

Kaila Sewell | Staff Writer Once again it’s time for preregistration, advising appointments and staying up at night only to find out Self-Service is running at a snail’s pace, only to find you can’t even get the classes you need because 5,000 other people need that same class, and God ...

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Palin source of undeserved ridicule, criticism

Kaila Sewell | Staff Writer Many people are under the illusion that Sarah Palin actually said she can see Russia from her house; she didn’t. That was Tina Fey on “Saturday Night Live.” From what I’ve seen, I have found people have built up an arbitrary hate for this former ...

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Smoking cause of serious health problems in newborns

Kristin Kittell | Assistant Perspectives Editor From the time of birth, we’re constantly receiving instruction. Brush your teeth after each meal and floss daily. Visit your doctor for regular check-ups and wash your hands before leaving the bathroom. By the time you’re old enough to take care of yourself, these ...

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