August 7, 2020

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  • News | Sep.23, 2010

    Freshman Class Letters of Intent

    This year’s Freshman students’ letters of intent for those running for Student Congress Office.

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  • News | Sep.23, 2010

    Apparel at PC Sweatshop Free

    What is the worth of 80 cents? In the United States, 80 cents can barely buy a pack of gum. In the Dominican Republic and other free-trade zones, 80 cents is the average hourly pay for factory workers.

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  • News | Sep.22, 2010

    The Tea Party May Be Key

    With the arrival of the campaign season in the United States, it is no surprise that the electorate is more politically energized now than it has been in any other time of the year. This year’s midterm election, in which about a third of Senate and the whole House of Representatives is put into the election ring, has particular interest of political pundits and the average American alike because of the players and potential consequential results of the voting. On the left side is the Democratic Party, which faces the Republican Party on the right. However, this election is a bit more interesting because both Democrats and Republicans of the Washington establishment will have to deal with a new contender which could impact the final results: the Tea Party Movement.

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  • News | Sep.22, 2010

    Love Song 2010

    I. Home

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  • News | Sep.22, 2010

    Elegy of a Girl

    The salty dew of mornings tears,

    seep into her skin of innocence,

    distorting her mind with thoughts and fears

    on the meaning of domestic diligence.

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  • News | Sep.22, 2010

    Momentia

    Old mothers trade recipes in the cemetery,

    wrapped tight in their hard oaken shawls,

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  • News | Sep.22, 2010

    The Smartest Hipster

    For you, I’ll wear a tagless brand,

    I’ll form an edgy Baroque pop band

    Whose name will be The Mansard Gables,

    I’ll found a classy record label

    That churns out crisp, clean, lo-fi indie folk,

    I’ll work G

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  • News | Sep.22, 2010

    Debating ‘Round the World

    Chris Pedraita ’13 writes against health care reform, while Lynnzie Marinaccio ’13 writes for it.

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  • News | Sep.22, 2010

    Friar Finance

    New economic data indicates a rocky road to recovery. According to the Federal Reserve, household net worth has dropped by 2.8 percent in the second quarter. The most likely culprit is a decline in stock values caused by the European sovereign debt crisis. Household net worth measures the total assets less liabilities of American families. A decline will make it difficult for households to pay off debt and make purchases, because they have fewer financial resources to draw on.

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  • News | Sep.22, 2010

    Violence Heightens in Mexico

    The State Department recently decided to pull all children of diplomatic personnel out of Monterrey, Mexico’s most industrialized city.

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