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‘The White Paper Method’

By Victoria Starbuck, Staff Writer

Published in print Mar. 4, 2015

For Dr. Bruce Kirchoff, part of a professor’s duty is to inspire the students that fill the rows of his classroom. 578 more words


Feeling KOOL - Insomnia

More than 60 percent of Americans have shown symptoms of insomnia, according to a new survey conducted by pharmaceutical company Pernix. 

While many suffer from signs of the condition, only 20 percent say they believe themselves to be insomniacs and only twelve percent have been diagnosed by a doctor.  49 more words


Cyrus sings at The People’s Perk

By Mary Windsor, Staff Writer

Published in print Mar. 4, 2015

“Something’s going on around here,” sang Cyrus Smith, strumming his guitar, he waxes poetic and sings melodious tunes on Friday nights at The People’s Perk, the recently opened coffee shop on Mendenhall Street. 467 more words


Three Lessons from Lunching with Recruiters

Conor Grennan, Dean of Students

In early January, I spent the week having lunch with the dozens of recruiters that came through Stern to interview our students. 769 more words


New Survey: What Are The 20 Sexiest First Names For Women And Men?

A new survey by BabyNameWizard.com finds out what are the sexiest names for females and males, respectively.  In the top 10 for the ladies: Nicolette, Natalia, Anaïs, Paulina, Alessandra, Chanel, Soraya, Adrianna, and Giuliana. 32 more words


Kelly Clarkson Announces 2015 Piece By Piece Tour

Earlier today on Good Morning America, global superstar and GRAMMY® Award winner Kelly Clarkson announced her 2015 PIECE BY PIECE TOUR. The 36-city tour, promoted exclusively by Live Nation, will start on July 11 in Hershey, Pennsylvania and culminate on Sept. 221 more words


What's Up, Europe?

Is Europe heading towards a Third World War?

Kasia Kostun, Langone Student

Europe has become increasingly unstable during these past years especially in terms of its security, ideology and geopolitics.

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