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Inspiration with Lindsey: Finding life’s perfect chocolate chip cookie

Inspiration with Lindsey: Finding life’s perfect chocolate chip cookie

Lindsey Vagnini, Advertising Manager
April 22, 2016
Filed under Columns, Opinions

How do we figure out the right consistency for a batch of raw chocolate cookie chip cookie dough, or any uncooked dough? When we determine the dough’s consistency, we are deciding the readiness of the batch. If the dough is not mixed well enough, we continue working the dough to get the textur...

Audience supports International Night

Audience supports International Night

Lindsey Vagnini, Advertising Manager
April 20, 2016
Filed under Opinions, Top Stories

On Thursday, April 14 the Lakeland community was carried across the world as a packed auditorium came out for another successful International Night. Students greeted the audience as the Matisyahu song “One Day” played as the background audio to short video clips that introducing this event....

Point Counter-Point: Should the college plan student events?

Point Counter-Point: Should the college plan student events?

Karalee Manis and Amanda Bagnall-Newman
April 19, 2016
Filed under Columns, Opinions, Top Stories

It’s a constant issue around campus: ‘What’s there to do?’ Whether events, or the lack of events, are planned by students or the college also seems to be an issue. Are students not stepping up? Is the college out of touch with its students? Is there even anything to do? Read on to see our colum...

Inspiration with Lindsey: Taking life instant by instant

Inspiration with Lindsey: Taking life instant by instant

Lindsey Vagnini, Advertising Manager
April 15, 2016
Filed under Columns, Opinions

Listening to the clinking thumps of Jordan Sparks outrageously large heels in the introduction of her song, “One Step at a Time,” reminded me of the cliché for taking on life in a day-to-day manner. By taking it a step further, we might lighten how we interpret its meaning. For example, we could t...

Point Counter-Point: Are grades an adequate measure of student success?

Point Counter-Point: Are grades an adequate measure of student success?

Karalee Manis and Amanda Bagnall-Newman
April 12, 2016
Filed under Columns, Opinions, Top Stories

Grades: those letters and numbers, sometimes checks and pluses, which we students often come to dread, especially after midterms and once the semester is over. But what do they really mean? Do they accurately portray a student’s ability? Why do they even exist? Some question the system; some are d...

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