A Fond Farewell

April 30, 2010
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By Jim Chandley I’ve been involved with this paper for three years and change now.  In three hours I will take my last final at Emmanuel College and no longer be an active member of the club.  So to the few of you who may still read our website, I want to say thank you. […]

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Budget Time

April 16, 2010
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With the SGA under considerably less stress than last semester, budget time came again on Thursday.  In contrast to this past December, the SGA had very few cuts to make and actually came in under budget. Here are the budgets as approved by SGA on April 15th (taxday, appropriately enough): Psychology Club Request- $425 Final […]

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ECRadio Is Dead! (Maybe.)

March 29, 2010
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By Dustin Watson [spit in my face.] If this is your first year attending our lovely little school, you probably have no idea that we have a campus radio station. Heck, this might be your eighth consecutive semester at Emmanuel College and you probably still don’t realize it. Believe it or not, it exists. It […]

Saints Edge Raiders in Fourth Quarter Nail Bitter

February 24, 2010
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By Michael Caracciolo What should have been a cakewalk for the Emmanuel Saints Women’s Basketball team Tuesday night turned out to have the ferocity and stone cold edge of a Heavyweight Title bout. The number one seed Saints faced off against the eighth seed Rivier Raiders in the Quarter finals of the GNAC playoffs looking […]

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Fashion’s New “It” Girl?

February 12, 2010
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Thirteen year old Tavi Gevinson is the darling of high fashion. (Yes, thirteen.) She has traveled the world, covered the Marc Jacobs fashion show from the front row, and even had her name appear in Google’s automatic search – all while she is still too young to even enter high school. Tavi’s blog, Style Rookie, […]

Representative John Murtha Passes Away at the Age of 77

February 9, 2010
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By Jim Chandley Representative Murtha, a Democrat from the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania passed away Monday at the age of 77 years due to complications from gall bladder surgery. He was a veteran of the Korean War and an outspoken opponent of the War in Iraq.  A lifelong Democrat and ally of Congressional leaders of his […]

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Narcissism Week on Facebook!

February 5, 2010
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By Alison Amorello Facebook’s “Doppelganger week” is a time for creativity and self reflection. Users all over the world are taking the time to figure out who their celebrity look-a-like is and are posting that person’s picture as if it is their own. Doppelganger enthusiasts are full of surprises. Isn’t it amazing how that mediocore […]

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