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Election 2012 spread

November 6, 2012 12:41 pm
Election 2012 spread

Have you not yet decided who you’re voting for today? Are you wondering who is in the lead? This two-page election spread will answer those questions for you.

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Quick Hits for Nov. 6, 2012

11:52 am

Send your Quick Hits to (339) 244-0300. Just saw Slender Man on Halloween. Never leaving my room again. Why are there like a billion left-handed desks in Angell? If you’ve never disagreed with a chapel speaker, you’re not doing it right. To the person who highlighted all the main points […]

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Opposing views: Obama the choice for students

2:02 am

Today’s college students are now in the midst of the first election they have a chance to vote in. Out of all the issues that are discussed and debated in this election, the one that affects us the most is education. Higher education is almost a given for students graduating […]

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Opposing views: Forward—forward to Romney

1:58 am

Young voters today face the choice of which candidate will be most beneficial to today’s college students as they look to enter the workforce. As we look across the country, the enrollment numbers for higher education exploded in recent years; according to the National Center for Education statistics, full time […]

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#OccupyGardner

1:54 am

On Wednesday, Oct. 24, the sight of the women’s soccer team and its supporters occupying the steps of Gardner Hall greeted students as they made their way to and from class. Trending on Twitter as #OccupyGardner and #ENCWSWantsVeterans, the team’s goal was clear: Get Veterans Memorial Stadium for the women’s […]

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Political spectrum: left or right?

1:30 am

College is a great time to drop all preconceived notions you may have about certain political beliefs or parties. As you are challenged to learn to think critically while in college, it’s time to stop letting others tell you what party you belong to. Below, we offer a bit of […]

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Women’s soccer makes ENC history

1:23 am

The women’s soccer team made history this season by earning their first-ever home playoff game and by making the CCC semifinals. In a battle for first place in the CCC, ENC faced Gordon College’s Fighting Scots on Oct. 20 during homecoming. Gordon scored early, netting a goal in the 6th […]

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Wes Reviews: “The Perks of Being a Wallflower”

1:19 am
Wes Reviews: “The Perks of Being a Wallflower”

Written and directed by Stephen Chbosky (and based on his own novel), “The Perks of Being a Wallflower” is more than just a vehicle for Emma Watson to separate herself from the Harry Potter series. Neither above nor below average, this is an (to be frank) average high school movie. […]

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Men’s soccer: The tale of two different teams

1:17 am

For the first time in 10 years, the men’s soccer team made the CCC playoffs this season. The Lions began their season 0-4-1 in the CCC before tying Endicott Sept. 22 in a double overtime game. Three of their final four games resulted in wins, which brought the Lions to […]

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Future bright after volleyball just misses playoffs

1:15 am

Women’s volleyball narrowly missed the 2012 CCC playoffs after finishing the season 13-16 (2-6). The team won two of their final three games, beating Salem St. on Oct. 20, and defeating Wentworth on the road on Oct. 27, for the second time this season. The Lions’ homecoming win against Salem […]

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