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Opinion


The last of the lasts

The last of the lasts

By Allison Steen
January 30th, 2016

The -15 degree weather was a nice warm welcome to the last semester of senior year. It has only been a week and the amount of times I have heard, “last first day of second semester,” “last time I register …
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Giving due credit

Giving due credit

By Brendan Klein
January 30th, 2016

Indira Ghandi once said that there are two kinds of people, those who do the work, and those who take the credit. While she advocates for men and women to be the first group, I think that it is unfair …
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Collective Campus Upkeep

Collective Campus Upkeep

By Chelsea Schwarzkopf
January 30th, 2016

I think it is common sense to say that throwing away a candy wrapper instead of ditching it in the hallway is the right thing to do. While everyone may stand before a judge and proclaim this simple fact, there …
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Imparting knowledge over developing competencies

Imparting knowledge over developing competencies

By Christian Wilmore
January 30th, 2016

I have been blessed to be a part of the student community here at CSB/SJU for nine non-consecutive semesters. Throughout that time I have been privy to great lamentation over the common curriculum requirements imposed at our institutions. I have …
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Considering Clinton

Considering Clinton

By Ted Critchley-Menor
January 30th, 2016

As the first primary election of the next President of the United States kicks off on Feb. 1 at the Iowa Caucus, many liberals remain stuck between two frontrunner candidates. After a series of scandals yielded by the Clinton campaign …
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Lessons learned from MLK Week

Lessons learned from MLK Week

By Raymond Twumasi
January 30th, 2016

The theme made throughout several discussions and speeches throughout the week was that the Civil Rights Movement was disruptive. This point was made to contradict certain notions that perceived the Civil Rights Movement as a set of passive protests due …
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Reflecting on a missed field goal

Reflecting on a missed field goal

By Tom Dierberger
January 22nd, 2016

Editor’s note: This article was written immediately following the Minnesota Vikings 10-9 loss in the playoffs to the Seattle Seahawks. The Record apologizes for the wet spots on the newspaper from the purple tears. He missed it. Profanity rained throughout …
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MLK Day sheds light on progress still to be made

MLK Day sheds light on progress still to be made

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January 22nd, 2016

As an African-American student when Martin Luther King Day comes around or Black History month appears, I constantly get those stares in class that reassure, yep I’m black. Now don’t get me wrong, I am completely honored to be African-American, …
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Settling down isn’t settling

Settling down isn’t settling

By Katie Cleary
January 22nd, 2016

At the end of last semester there was an article published in the Record discussing how Bennies are not getting married immediately after college. This article discussed that the reason for this change is because we are succeeding more than …
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American professionals could benefit from 4 day work week

American professionals could benefit from 4 day work week

By Jacob Harmon
January 22nd, 2016

It is probably safe to say that many American professionals today would prefer a four day work week versus the traditional five day work week. The benefits far outweigh their arguments. A four day work week does not mean less …
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