Archive | December, 2012

Interview with Adam Arce of Dana Club

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OP ED: California should legalize gay marriage

Questions about whether or not gay marriage will become legal in California remain up in the air as the U.S. Supreme Court failed to address Proposition 8 on Monday morning. Continue reading

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Campus police make arrest in book theft

Campus Police Officers Jose Arechiga and Steven Matchan arrested a student after finding a book allegedly stolen from the bookstore in his possession Nov. 28, police said. Continue reading

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Shatford Library extends hours

With finals right around the corner the Shatford Library has extended its hours to accommodate students looking to do some extra hours of study. Continue reading

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Winter brings forth different workout methods

With the holiday season and holiday feasts settling in, those looking to maintain their summer and fall fitness say they have a variety of methods of doing so.

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Nurses offer health tips

As the fall semester comes to a close and the most stressful time of the year is underway, campus health experts offer helpful tips on how to have a clear mind and a healthy immune system during these last few days of school. Continue reading

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Police chief of 8 months to step down

Chief of Police Stanton Perez will have to step down from his position as of Dec. 12 due to an eligibility issue with his retirement program. Continue reading

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REVIEW: Hot L Baltimore brings amusement and drama to audiences

A run down hotel and a cast of strong-willed dreamers set the stage for the Theater Department’s production of Landford Wilson’s “Hot L Baltimore” over the weekend in the Little Theater. Continue reading

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REVIEW: Dancers capture human nature

The Modern Dance Production took to the stage in the Sexson Auditorium over the weekend to showcase a collection of original choreography by students. Continue reading

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REVIEW: Short comedies entertain

The short comedies, which are all one-scene acts and take place in late 19th century Russia, are brief, but concise satirical pieces which make light of some basic and some complex human emotions and interactions, such as love, marriage, and greed. Continue reading

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