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Cut it Out!

Christina Vu, asst. features editor

February 2, 2010

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Presentation girls are savages. About their food. Warriors with an appetite, they are ready to shove and, above all, cut in order to make their way to the front of the line. So is cutting a means of “surviving” the lunch lin...

Angst in Afghanistan

Angst in Afghanistan

February 2, 2010

OMG! I Lost My…

OMG! I Lost My…

December 14, 2009

Evaluating Evaluations

Kathy O'Neil, asst. opinions editor

December 14, 2009

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  Most students love evaluation days. When else do they get to rant about their teachers to someone who has the power to do something about it? There is great satisfaction in marking "seldom" when asked if the teacher ...

2012: Are We Doomed?

Kaitlyn Jensen, senior editor, opinions

December 14, 2009

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As Charles Tremper wisely said, “Denial is a common tactic that substitutes deliberate ignorance for thoughtful planning.” Lately, this deliberate ignorance has manifested itself in Facebook groups titled “Shut up! The World...

Not so much PANTHER Pride

Alex Bolino, staff reporter

December 13, 2009

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Every member of the Presentation community has seen Panther wandering around campus. He reclines on desks, couches, boxes and the hallway as all of the busy students pass by. What many fail to notice is that these students typically...

Christian Rock

Alex Bolino, staff reporter

December 10, 2009

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When you first hear the term “Christian rock band,” chances are that you picture a band made up of clean-cut members who make their living from professing their faith. You may think of the commercials of Christian CD’s w...

Twilight: Bane or Boon?

Alex Bolino, staff reporter. Lindsay Vong, asst. a&e editor

November 11, 2009

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Boon: When I was little, I understood that scary things were only cool if you were a boy. Vampires were boy territory; there was too much blood, too much danger, and too much mystery dealing with the undead. Boy was I wrong;...

Health Care Justice for All

Natalie Audelo, Asst. Community Editor

November 9, 2009

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Currently, 30 million Americans are without access to medical care. This creates a social injustice, violating the American principle of equality. Reliable coverage should be available for all, not simply for the healthiest individuals...

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