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Small successes

It seems as if the Student Government Association may have gotten what they wanted out of their election changes. By combining their elections with the Crimson Court’s, they’ve considerably increased

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Pat on back for Crimson Hawks fans

There comes a time when we all need a pat on the back and someone to tell us “good job.” For students who attended Saturday’s football home opener, that time

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Letter to the Editor

Dear Editor, According to most non-Greeks, fra­ternities and sororities are composed of beer-guzzling, self-obsessed, spoiled young men and women, but in actual­ity, Greek life could not be any more the

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Remember

Sept. 11, 2001, started out just like any other day. We rode the bus to school, put our backpacks in our cubbies and sat down at our desks ready to

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SGA: Does it matter?

It’s that time of year again, Student Government Association election season. Wait. Didn’t that just happen last semester? For those out in the cheap seats, Indiana University of Pennsylvania SGA

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No frackin’ way

Marcellus Shale drilling and hydraulic fracturing has impacted this region in more ways than one.  Some argue it’s for the better.  However, a closer look reveals it’s not all it’s

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War on textbooks

Ask any random college student, and they will most likely tell you that college is  no walk in the park. Either the course load is nowhere near what your high

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Syrian skepticism

Who was responsible for the usage of chemical weapons in Syria?  Would U.S. military strikes in Syria result in a more violent or less violent situation? What is the U.S.

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Higher education called out

When considering student debt and decreased wages for college graduates, it comes as no surprise that higher education is such a significant topic of discussion with universities across the state

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The student voice

Something unnerving has happened at Edinboro University of Pennsylvania. According to an article in the Erie Times-News, the budget for Edinboro’s student newspaper, the Spectator, has been cut by 50 percent. The Spectator recieves its

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Letter from the Editor

Oscar Wilde, a man of many quotes, said, “In America the President reigns for four years, and Journalism governs forever and ever.” At Indiana University of Pennsylvania, a student goes