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What is Wikipedia’s worth on a college campus?

January 29, 2013 10:10 am
What is Wikipedia’s worth on a college campus?

Wikipedia has grown to be one of the most visited websites; it is now the sixth most frequented site globally, and according to some on campus, college students are beginning to view it as an acceptable scholarly source. “I find it to be accurate, contrary to popular belief, and the […]

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Women’s basketball clinging to playoff hopes

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Women’s basketball clinging to playoff hopes

The  women’s basketball team has had a shaky 2012-13 season, winning no more than two games in a row all season. The Lions are 9-9 this season, and 4-7 in conference play. With seven games left, ENC is currently in 7th place in the Commonwealth Coast Conference. On Jan. 5, […]

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Are some students switching solely to eTextbooks?

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Students spent the last few weeks searching the Internet hoping to find the cheapest textbook options. While many students choose to either rent or buy used textbooks, a new option has recently become available: eTextbooks, or digital textbooks. This option is growing rapidly, as more textbooks are being offered in […]

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Visiting professor of journalism releases book on New Sincerity

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Visiting professor of journalism releases book on New Sincerity

You no longer need to act like you’re too cool to care about the environment, Lady Gaga’s sometimes-freakish dress makes her more relatable, and few people question the previously untraditional family depicted in “Modern Family.” Eastern Nazarene’s visiting professor of journalism, Jonathan Fitzgerald, delves into these examples, and more, to […]

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ENC security changes since Sandy Hook

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ENC security changes since Sandy Hook

In the aftermath of the horrific shooting at Sandy Hook Elementary School in Newtown, Conn., the issue of gun control has come to the forefront of national debate. This tragedy has left many people worrying about the safety of schools and wondering what procedures are in place to prevent more […]

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Featured alumnus: Ex-cross-country captain, Chris Reilly

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Featured alumnus: Ex-cross-country captain, Chris Reilly

Chris Reilly, a 2009 graduate of ENC, placed 1st out of 156 runners in the Temple, N.H., Peanut Butter Chip Chase 5K on January 1, 2013. He finished the 3.1-mile race with a time of 18:09. Reilly majored in physical education at ENC and was captain of the cross-country team. […]

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Gun control debate: Against stricter control

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About a month and a half ago, an unspeakable tragedy pierced the morning in Newtown, Conn. We know the story well and we pray for everyone whose lives were changed forever by this violence.  As we take up the gun control debate, it is important to keep perspective. The United […]

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Dr. Wesley’s last semester at ENC

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Students are accustomed to seeing the same familiar faces within the Student Development Office, including that of Dr. Vernon Wesley — affectionately known as “Vern” around campus. Dr. Wesley has served as the vice president of student development for nearly seven years, but this will be his final semester working […]

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Basketball’s winningest season since 1997

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Basketball’s winningest season since 1997

The year was 1997: Michael Jordan had captured yet another NBA championship, Bill Clinton was still in office, and “Titanic” debuted in theaters. Since that year, the men’s basketball team has not had a winning record. But, after 15 years of subpar seasons, the Lions are on pace to not […]

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Editorial: rock the vote

November 6, 2012 1:06 pm

Most of you have already made up your mind about this year’s election. Many of you have sent in your absentee ballots and others have decided not to vote. Whatever the case is, the Veritas News believes it’s important for everyone to be educated. We have not and will not […]

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