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Rebel, rebel

LEXIE GARCIA, STAFF WRITER
February 22, 2013
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If you’re a functioning member of society, there’s no doubt you’ve witnessed a woman with pixie-cut hair. Seen a lady in pants. Another in boots. Perhaps you’re the woman rocking the short hair and pants. No matter what role you play, it is safe to say that in this day and age seeing a femal...

Men (and women) at work

ELENA KLEIN, FOCUS EDITOR
February 22, 2013
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Though our generation is often told to anticipate seemingly insolvable economic, environmental, and health problems in the near future, I think we’ve still got a lot going for us. We’ve grown up with the internet, TiVo, customizable frozen yogurt bars, and perhaps most important, increased opportun...

Women faced with a hairy situation

Women faced with a hairy situation

MEGAN MCFADYEN-MUNGALL, NEWS EDITOR
February 22, 2013
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Millions of women across America toil endlessly in an attempt to live up to the societal expectation of having silky smooth legs, spending hundreds of dollars each year on leg hair removal. Whether through shaving with a razor, waxing, hair removal cream, or laser hair removal, women in the United Stat...

Savage scavengers steal our snacks

Savage scavengers steal our snacks

GILLIAN PERKINS, STAFF WRITER
December 12, 2012
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There is a team of thieves on campus. They have been going through backpacks, stealing left-over food after lunch, and when there are people present, they are lurking around waiting for the perfect opportunity to pounce. These thieves have gone without punishment for years, possibly because of their s...

From feathers to scales, campus is crawling with critters

From feathers to scales, campus is crawling with critters

JONATHAN GREY, CHARLOTTE CRAIG, and CHARLIE SODERSTROM
December 11, 2012
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On having a corn snake, by Jonathen Gray Mr. Noodles is a 4 year old corn snake that I like to think of as more of a co-teacher than my pet. He is amelanistic (he lacks dark melanin pigment he helps me explain what a pigment is to my 6th grade students. His movements, feeding habits, and scent-gather...

Cats and dogs: what you should know

LEXIE GARCIA, STAFF WRITER
December 11, 2012
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Domesticated pets are complicated creatures. They can’t speak or express their feelings, and they surely can’t give you an explanation for doing some of the weird things they do. Though no one has yet to crack the pet code, many facts have been discovered to make understanding our furry friends ...

Lexie’s declassified school survival guide

LEXIE GARCIA, STAFF WRITER
November 19, 2012
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Being a teenager is tough. Even more so when you realize your simple decisions of today contribute directly to the ‘you’ of tomorrow. According to the American Academy of Family Physicians, approximately 65 percent of adult-related issues such as strokes, heart diseases, depression and cancer can be ...

New solutions can work when working out isn’t working

New solutions can work when working out isn’t working

GILLIAN PERKINS, STAFF WRITER
November 19, 2012
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These days, with new technology and advancements in science, everything from sending a message to traveling the world can be done more quickly.  Getting in shape is no different.  Still, no diet or exercise brings success without a little hard work and sweat. Insanity, a sixty-day workout video chal...

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