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Winter Blues

February 12, 2014

Emily Hepner Features Writer Polar Vortexes. Cold Snaps. Snow Squalls. Blizzards. These are the things that the winter of 2013/2014 has been made of and because of it students have been walking through their campuses . . .

Have a heart this Organ Donor Day

February 12, 2014

Kelsey Bundra Features Writer Widely known for Valentine’s Day, February 14 also shares a date with National Organ Donor Day. Organ donation gives hope and life to those in need. Due to its supposed morbid . . .

Hooking up: Not so casual sex

February 12, 2014

Katie Pryor Assoc. Arts & Culture Editor Whether it’s called “hooking up,” “one night stands” or being “friends with benefits,” casual sex, which is usually defined as any sexual experience where there are no plans . . .

The failing priorities of modern news media

February 12, 2014

Christian Harding Assoc. Opinion Editor Just in the past week, several crucial news stories all broke and therefore were cause for some serious media coverage, with things like the President giving his annual ‘State of . . .

PASSHE: The first 100 days

February 12, 2014

Frank T. Brogan One hundred days. It’s not a long time, but it is long enough to get a feel for a place. Coming from Florida, my family and I have been struck by the . . .

MU partners with VITA to provide free tax services

February 12, 2014

Danielle Kreider Assoc. News Editor Looking to cut costs this tax season? Well, look no further: MU’s Office of Experiential Learning and Career Management (ELCM) is hosting a VITA tax preparation site on campus for . . .

Senate Recap

February 12, 2014

Anthony Jadus Senate Recorder This past Thursday, Feb. 6th, 2014, Student Senate had a pretty short meeting due to cancellations and multiple weather delays. To start off the meeting, as well as the motioning, Justin . . .

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