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Career Development Center offers guidance

Graduation is fast approaching for KU’s fall seniors and the panic is settling in. The thought of leaving the comfort of a college campus brings on high anxiety, little sleep, and ripping ones hair out to “get it together” before the end. What is one to do when there is approximately two months and fifteen […]

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Music festival doubles as help for Farm Aid

On September 22, people from all across the country descended upon Hershey, Penn. for the 27 annual Farm Aid benefit concert. The concert, originally organized by Willie Nelson, John Mellencamp and Neil Young, was created to help raise money for American family farmers who were in danger of losing their business and land because of […]

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Rising worry on campus

I remember when I felt completely safe walking around KU at night. It was the first semester I transferred here, in the Spring of 2011, before the assaults, the thefts, and the vandalism. Or, at least until these assaults, thefts, and vandalisms were broadcast on the evening news.

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Can Obama match up against Romney

The first presidential debate is approaching quickly. On Oct. 3, President Obama and Mitt Romney will face off for the first time together in front of a crowd of voters. There should be many issues to talk about, including past, present and future accomplishments. What should really be in the minds of voters are personal […]

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She Said: Food

Food has the ability to comfort, to heal and to nourish. Everyone has their favorite comfort foods. For some, that may be bacon (more on that later). For me, there was nothing a bowl of Campbell’s chicken noodle soup couldn’t cure. In fact, for much of my childhood, it was what I subsisted on. As […]

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He Said: Food

Food is by far one of the most fantastic things on this planet. Food is what brings people together. When a teacher says, “We are having a multi-cultural day,” what is the single thing that everybody contributes? Food! In some ways, food is kind of like money. What makes money so fantastic is the fact […]

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Costello leads KU to win over Slippery Rock

Costello played in 20 games last season with five starts, but not once did she score a goal. Sophomore forward Costello scored her first goal against Lock Haven last week, which virtually opened the flood gates. Costello and the KU women’s soccer team defeated Slippery Rock University 3-1; Costello either scored or assisted each point. […]

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Women’s volleyball spikes the competition in West Virginia

This past weekend, the women’s volleyball team turned heads after a poor outing at the Wildcat Invitational. At the PSAC/WVIAC Challenge hosted by Slippery Rock University, KU won all three matches by 3-2 victories, pushing themselves and their competitors to the absolute limit. A week before competing in the PSAC/WVIAC Challenge, KU was involved in […]

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KU football drops two straight, postseason hopes in jeopardy

Despite KU quarterback Kevin Morton breaking the record for all-time passing yards in school history, the No. 21 Golden Bears (1-2,0-1) lost to No. 12 Bloomsburg Huskies (3-0,1-0) 44-37 in week three of the regular season. This is their second consecutive loss to a ranked opponent. Morton now has 9,184 career passing yards in his […]

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The Office‘s ninth and final season starts on NBC

This Thursday, Sept. 20, the British-originated, American-adapted comedy hit The Office will begin it’s ninth and final season. And series developer Greg Daniels promises a return to basics. During an interview with Variety, Daniels said “I’ll tell you the last couple of years, I don’t think we did any big arc-type things in the way […]