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‘Cramming’ Before Exam: Highly Inefficient

‘Cramming’ Before Exam: Highly Inefficient

| April 25, 2016 | 0 Comments

“Crap! I forgot to study for my Biology final tomorrow! Oh well, I guess I can just buy a six-pack of Redbull and pull an all-nighter.” This is an habitual approach that college students take in preparation for final exams. Yet, studies show that “cramming” is one of the quickest ways to ensure failure on […]

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Recent Shootings Promote Reflection About Weapons Policy

Recent Shootings Promote Reflection About Weapons Policy

| April 18, 2016 | 0 Comments

An increased amount of public shootings occurring all around the nation has spurred the argument over campus weapons policies. The most recent of these shootings occurred in our backyard, at Umpqua Community College, located in southwest Oregon. Christopher Harper-Mercer entered a classroom and immediately opened fire on a foggy October morning. Mercer forced students to […]

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Community

Burial Grounds Offers Welcomed Contrast Through Late-Night

Burial Grounds Offers Welcomed Contrast Through Late-Night

| May 9, 2016 | 0 Comments

Coffee machines hiss and skulls oversee the room, while patrons enjoy hex-shot Zombie Defender Lattes, discuss pop-media, the latest Marvel movie, or sit in the work-friendly atmosphere grinding away on their studies. The setting is Burial Grounds Coffee shop; an art-centric caffeine stop, and safe space, nestled on 5th Ave., in the heart of downtown […]

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Community Mourns Loss of Brutally Abused Pit-Bull

Community Mourns Loss of Brutally Abused Pit-Bull

| April 28, 2016 | 0 Comments

Community members, and family friends, gathered Tuesday morning to mourn the loss of Diamond; the abused pit bull found hanging from a tree branch in the Summit Lake area of Thurston County on March 21. Approximately 20 members from the Facebook group “Justice ‘Just US’ For Diamond” waived signs, t-shirts, and banners to show support […]

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“Allies for Inclusion: The Ability Exhibit” brings awareness to campus

“Allies for Inclusion: The Ability Exhibit” brings awareness to campus

| November 7, 2014 | 0 Comments

In honor of Disability History Month, the Center for Student Success welcomed the “Allies for Inclusion: the Abilities Exhibit” into its main hallway from Oct. 29 – 31. According to the Allies for Inclusion website, Anne Marie Carroll, a graduate from Saint Louis University, did a project on raising public awareness of disabilities. This inspired […]

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Burial Grounds Offers Welcomed Contrast Through Late-Night

Burial Grounds Offers Welcomed Contrast Through Late-Night

| May 9, 2016 | 0 Comments

Coffee machines hiss and skulls oversee the room, while patrons enjoy hex-shot Zombie Defender Lattes, discuss pop-media, the latest Marvel movie, or sit in the work-friendly atmosphere grinding away on their studies. The setting is Burial Grounds Coffee shop; an art-centric caffeine stop, and safe space, nestled on 5th Ave., in the heart of downtown […]

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2016 Presidential Race: Year of the Outsider

2016 Presidential Race: Year of the Outsider

| May 5, 2016 | 0 Comments

While the two presidential candidates couldn’t be further apart on the issues; Bernie Sanders and Donald Trump have one thing in common: both are playing the “outsider” card in an effort to appeal to Americans who are fed up with traditional government, says realpolitics.com. According to campaign experts, Trump has dominated the polls for months […]

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Community Mourns Loss of Brutally Abused Pit-Bull

Community Mourns Loss of Brutally Abused Pit-Bull

| April 28, 2016 | 0 Comments

Community members, and family friends, gathered Tuesday morning to mourn the loss of Diamond; the abused pit bull found hanging from a tree branch in the Summit Lake area of Thurston County on March 21. Approximately 20 members from the Facebook group “Justice ‘Just US’ For Diamond” waived signs, t-shirts, and banners to show support […]

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