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Destruction as Preservation

Sometimes, when we find old things that have been “preserved”, it is best to leave them alone. But at other times, the best course of action is to try to reverse whatever previous preservation was attempted. 304 more words

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Dazed and Confused

This piece was published in the December 2015 issue of the Prep News and is two part piece on LSD and Xanax, co-written by Sam Keefe and Noah Boucher… 1,484 more words

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In depth: Digital Divide

As most of us are aware, sometime in the ’90s more people in the U.S. started using computers than typewriters, mimeographs, or pens.

It was an interesting time to be a teenager, using the school’s computers to type research papers that you researched from physical books and newspapers and microfilm, or perhaps from a CD-ROM. 401 more words

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Going Against the Grain

This piece was published in the October 2015 issue of the Prep News and was co-written by Ciaran Molloy and Eli Pittman

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Andrew Gansner… 1,602 more words

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Rockhurst - Elite or Elitist?

This piece was published in the September 2015 issue of the Prep News and was co-written by John Godfrey and Eli Pittman

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The Rockhurst soccer team is going through the handshake line. 1,623 more words

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In depth: Campus culture 1991-1992

I did an experiment: I randomly chose a year in the “life” of UHD, and read the newspaper. Now, many things were happening in the world in 1991-1992 (fall of the Soviet Union, Kuwait, end of apartheid, “war on drugs”, etc). 265 more words

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Rising & Reflecting in 'Love'

I am ‘falling’ to ‘rise’ in love

कभी कसक भी देखी  जाती है,

सिदक और सनक भी देखी  जाती है,

आँखों के आगे भी आँखें , कहीं , बहुत आगे जाती हैं। 37 more words

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