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Southern students on U.S. Immigration

By Ali Sorbara & Mary Rudzis

NEW HAVEN, Conn. — Immigration is a hot-button issue right now, and many people have admitted they have trouble keeping up with news on immigration policies and how the system works. 256 more words

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Alcohol, drugs dominate campus Clery Reports

The following analysis reviewing Clery Reports at Connecticut public universities was put together by News Writing students Jeniece Roman, Sandra Gomez-Aceves, Melissa Nunez, Sherly Montes, Ali Sorbara, Alex Palmieri, Lynandro Simmons, Karlie Borges, Megan Grabowski, Britany Howard, Dan Zumpano, Adrianna Rochester, Chris Kuczo, Mihai Tripp, Jared Klim and Abigail O’Keefe. 1,816 more words

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Making Milkshakes

Making milkshakes can be delicious or they can be messy.

Kayleigh Crawford, a soda jerk at Holder Drug, does this every day at work and has started to perfect the routine. 276 more words

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This professor is more than just a teacher

In downtown Enid a small nonprofit coffee house provides a great atmosphere for meeting people, having a good cup of coffee or grabbing a quick bite to eat. 1,429 more words

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How to have a Successful Year

Jeff McAlpin instructor of Criminal Justice and Psychology, Social Sciences

Most successful students I know have not been afraid to make mistakes and ask questions. Get to know your professors and fellow students. 552 more words

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Women Refused Club Entry For Being 'Too Dark' And 'Too Fat'

A GROUP of young black women have taken on a high end West End nightclub after two members of their party were allegedly turned away for being “too fat” and “too dark”. 649 more words

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