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London, We Have A Problem: Why British Pollsters Were So Dreadfully, Terribly Wrong

Michael Barone writes: “The world may have a polling problem.” That’s the headline on a blogpost by Nate Silver, the wunderkind founder of the fivethirthyeight.com website. 369 more words


Life outside the Forest: one year into research

I wonder how many of you have been watching the series of The Island with Bear Grylls, one episode with the men’s group and the other with the women’s. 1,533 more words

School Life

The Dark Journey

We May say that there are three reasons for which this journey made by the soul to union with God is called night.

· The first has to do with the point from which the soul goes forth, for it has gradually to deprive itself of desire for all the worldly things which it possessed, by denying them to itself; the which denial and deprivation are, as it were, night to all the senses of man.

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Freshman Year Reflection

I’ve probably said this before but I really can’t say it enough: I cannot believe that freshman year is almost over! The year flew by so fast. 840 more words


It's Over & Waiting for the Next One

Spring has officially come, if your into knowing the exact dates for when seasons actually start (to me it started when the snow finally stopped). However, at the same time, spring break is done, well for me. 164 more words



Ahh midterm season. The smell of coffee wafts from every corner of campus, and the wild, frazzled students can be seen scavenging for food. It can get a bit wild and stressful when midterm season strikes. 497 more words


Here's why mass deportation isn't a financially viable option

Here’s why mass deportation isn’t a financially viable option

Washington Examiner ^ | 03/11/2015 | Jason Russell

Posted on 3/11/2015, 10:11:33 AM by SeekAndFind

A new study by the… 381 more words