The Beatles offer nothing exceptional in terms of changing music

Joseph Szalinski, Commentary

April 9, 2015

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I’ve been considered a pariah, of sorts, by certain social circles over the years. From not believing in a higher power, to not liking drinking, and even to not liking organized sports, I’ve... Read more »

When ‘sexist’ exes attack: ‘It’s my body, I’m allowed to do what I want with it’

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April 2, 2015

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Just an hour ago, I had the unfortunate experience of having someone I once “dated” threaten to post year-old pictures of me I once sent him in confidence. This morning, I had made the mistake... Read more »

4 people who are determined to ruin your group project

Janelle Wilson, Asst. Campus Life Editor

April 1, 2015

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Group projects: you either dislike them or abhor them with every fiber in your being. Whichever opinion you hold, it’s arguable that maintaining your patience throughout the entirety of a group project builds character... Read more »

Finding love online is beautiful

Joseph Szalinski, Commentary

March 26, 2015

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Dating can be an extremely uncomfortable social exercise, even for someone who possesses a certain degree of social prowess. What we hope to secure through this conglomeration of awkward social dynamics,... Read more »

The 7 Deadly Hand-Raisers

Janelle Wilson, Asst. Campus Life Editor

March 26, 2015

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In my short time at Slippery Rock, I’ve met a ton of people, both good and bad, and while I’d like to say that deeds are the best judge of character, I think the motivation for why people raise... Read more »

Raising the minimum wage a necessary call

Victoria Davis, Commentary

March 19, 2015

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The idea of raising the federal minimum wage has many up-in-arms, but what many fail to realize is this: it is not a matter of the government versus corporations, or businesses versus the individual,... Read more »

Martial arts classes should be offered to students

Joseph Szalinski, Commentary

March 19, 2015

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Most public schools offer some sort of physical education program, as per their curriculum, but very few cater to specific interests or disciplines, or even seem varied in any way. Since their introduction... Read more »