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Annual Peace Week Focuses on New York City

Melanie O’Connor Guest Writer

Manhattan College hosted its annual Peace Week on campus last week which featured lectures, events and discussion about the importance and understanding of peace movements. 277 more words

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WKU student from Franklin crowned 2015 Coming Home King

McGavinn Brown of Franklin was crowned 2015 Coming Home King on Saturday (Feb. 28) at WKU.

Brown, the son of the late Mark Brown and Kelly Brown, is a History and Political Science major and was sponsored by Chi Omega. 299 more words

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The Magic of McDonald's at 3am

No night out in town is complete without a trip to Mc Donald’s and/or other various food outlets. I wanted to find out why drunk people are always so hungry. 454 more words

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Nothing stays the same, campus experiences is no exception

I’ve been at Skyline for four and a half years. That’s way too long. As a result, though, I’ve gotten to share in on one of the secret pleasures usually only the senior faculty get to see. 488 more words

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Kellogg announces 2015 Youn Impact Scholars

Tree farms that bring green space, jobs, and new hope to American towns in the grip of post-industrial decay; investments that help small businesses thrive in the face of withering conditions: these are just a few of several forward-thinking projects being implemented by this year’s cohort of… 186 more words

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North Carolina law professor to present 2015 Harrison lecture

Professor Alfred L. Brophy, the Judge John J. Parker Distinguished Professor of Law at University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill School of Law, will present the 2015 Harrison Distinguished Lecture on March 24 at WKU. 176 more words

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How Not to Handle Criticism and Positive Thinking.

I haven’t blogged since the 12th of February! That’s a huge deal for someone who usually posts every three days! But thank you to those who have been reading my previous posts anyway! 917 more words

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