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There is a soft hum floating through the air. And no, it’s not the sound of the TARDIS landing on the mall (though how freaking cool would that be?!). It’s a murmur filled with hope and resounding elation. Summer is …
America’s conspiracy theorists claim that secret societies are trying to take control of the world. As unlikely as that sounds, if we consider it from a collegiate perspective,
I may not be a senior, but I’m allowed to get nostalgic, too. Can I talk about my friends for a bit? Let me talk about my friends
On May 9, President Obama became the first sitting president to openly endorse same-sex marriage in an historic interview with Robin Roberts of ABC News. Despite the innocuousness
On April 11, after a staggering 45 days of inaction, George Zimmerman was arrested for the shooting of Trayvon Martin. He has been charged with second degree murder,
Response to Wayne Lela: Opening the Discourse Communities Dear Editor, In the April 3rd edition of The Leader a letter to the editor was submitted by Wayne Lela, a Woodridge
Sometimes the stress of four or more classes, not enough watery iced coffee, and trying to balance friends, school, and your drinking problem get to be too much.
Student workers in Faganel Hall received an email informing them that their positions would likely be terminated within the coming weeks. After the fact, on April 11, student
Elmhurst as well as Elmhurst College said good-bye to a true friend earlier this month. Trustee and former Elmhurst mayor, Abner Ganet passed away on March 31. Anyone who
Immaturity doesn’t die when one reaches college. I thought (I see now, rather foolishly and naively) that when I reached higher education matters would be drastically and wonderfully different.