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POLL: What do you think of the smell of marijuana?

Opinion
by Reland Tuomi, News Editor - 23 April 2014

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‘Hebrew Idol’ crowns new winners

From right to left: Tommy Flanagan, senior and host of “Hebrew Idol,” talks to sophomore Caitlin Dawes, first-year Quin Johaston and sophomore Lexie Engman during the “Hebrew Idol finale” April 17. The group earned third place for its film “Envious Girls.” “Hebrew Idol” was a film contest hosted by the religion 211 class. Photo by Emily Jacka.

More than 70 people gathered April 17 for the reveal of new campus royalty at the live finale of “Hebrew Idol.” From right to left: Tommy Flanagan, senior and host of “Hebrew Idol,” talks to sophomore Caitlin Dawes, first-year Quinn Johnston and sophomore Lexie Engman during the “Hebrew Idol finale” April 17. The group earned third place for its film “Envious Girls.” “Hebrew Idol”...

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Businesses create unique social media personalities

Business

By Jillian Stanphill, Business Writer Social media is no longer about the individual. Companies, conglomerates and corporations are starting to realize the impact their social media accounts can have on profits and marketing reach. These businesses can hire public relations personnel to utilize these social media accounts as free sources of advertisements. Most companies use straightforward materials...

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POLL: What do you think of the smell of marijuana?

Opinion

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Sam Says: Boston reminds us never to give up

Nearly one year ago, one city in America was in disarray. One city suffered major injuries and three casualties. Now, one city is rebuilding, even if the emotional toll is unfathomable. On April 15, 2013, the Boston Marathon was underway. With the weather forecast promising sunlight, April 15 seemed like any other spring day. Until 2:49 p.m. With nearly 5,000 runners approaching the finish line, two pressure cooker bombs exploded, sending Boylston Street into near oblivion. Three people died, and approximately 260 people suffered injuries. Limbs were lost. Chaos ensued. This past April 15, America...