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The Roommate Search

The Roommate Search

Posted on 29. May, 2014 by admin.

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Finding roommates over Facebook enhances the college experience

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Who defines cool? You decide.

Who defines cool? You decide.

Posted on 25. Mar, 2014 by jlevitt.

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Columnist shares the idea of cool.

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Selfie Savvy

Selfie Savvy

Posted on 16. Jan, 2014 by Kimmy Sullivan.

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Snapchat “ettiquete”— all you need to know to save yourself from Snapchat blunders

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No Fan of Fangirls

No Fan of Fangirls

Posted on 16. Jan, 2014 by Kelly Chian.

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Oxford Dictionary defines a fangirl as “an obsessive female fan (usually of movies, comic books, or science fiction).” These fans spend hours watching and listening to shows, songs, books and everything related. More extreme than normal fans, fangirls have nearly an unconditional love for their topic of choice.

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Miley Madness

Miley Madness

Posted on 29. Oct, 2013 by Kimmy Sullivan.

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Columnist comments on Miley Cyrus’ latest shenanigans.

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Code Controversy

Code Controversy

Posted on 30. Sep, 2013 by Kimmy Sullivan.

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Columnist comments on the student reaction to the recent dress code announcement made by Principal Ryan McClure

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A right to write

A right to write

Posted on 24. Sep, 2013 by Jane Eskildsen.

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The lack of censorship at UAHS gives writing freedom to Arlingtonian

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Crossing the pond

Crossing the pond

Posted on 30. May, 2013 by admin.

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Columnist answers common questions about international college plans

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Coexist… Please?

Coexist… Please?

Posted on 24. Nov, 2012 by admin.

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As the holidays approach, Columnist asks to remember to be tolerant of other religions.

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Common Courtesy

Posted on 14. Nov, 2012 by admin.

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By Natasha Ringnalda
Columnist comments on lack of manners in the hallways

The bell rings. I pick up my binders and begin the journey from Arlingtonian to Advanced Ceramics. Cutting across the courtyard to avoid the congested hallways, I arrive at the doors to the freshman hallway. To my surprise the person walking in front of me lets [...]

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Technology: Friend or Foe?

Technology: Friend or Foe?

Posted on 13. Nov, 2012 by admin.

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Graphic by Patty Huntley
By Anna-Maria Thalassinos ‘14

A typical morning routine: hit the snooze button on your alarm at least twice, eat breakfast, get dressed for school, and check your phone for the latest news, from current events to who is dating whom.
Now in 2012, we can easily agree that we live in a technology obsessed [...]

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Ohio: Columnist Defends Midwesterners

Ohio: Columnist Defends Midwesterners

Posted on 22. Feb, 2012 by admin.

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by Elizabeth Tzagournis, ‘13

I went to Colorado with a mission: to find out why our neighbors in Texas or Illinois—or even way out in Argentina—think Ohio is where the game Farmville originated. And to discover why the notion exists that cow tipping is our greatest form of entertainment. As trivial and obviously untrue as this [...]

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The Spring Break Blues

Posted on 16. Feb, 2012 by admin.

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Columnist reflects on spring break plans—or a lack thereof
By Aly Gordon ‘13
March 16. This date, to the average passerby, is nothing special—merely a blip on their ever-changing radar. They dismiss it with a wave of the hand, a shake of the head, easily returning to their day-to-day lives without a second thought. Little do they [...]

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