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Science with Dan: 3D printing results with new perspectives

As of late, I have been hearing more and more about something that sounds fascinating, yet I had no idea what it actually was. Replicating everyday objects, perhaps on a large scale, seems like something that could keep me occupied for hours on end. I am referring to 3D printing.


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Green Beat: After going organic, effect will be gigantic

Feeding the world in a sustainable way is a challenge. Organic agriculture is often put forth as a solution to environmental ills. According to the Pesticide Action Network, “In 1940, we produced 2.3 food calories for every one fossil fuel calorie used… we now get one food calorie for every 10 fossil fuel calories used.” Using fewer petroleum-based fertilizers and pesticides, as organic agriculture would require, would clearly be a step in the right direction. 



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Beauty and the Bobcat: Celebration of newly discovered foundation turns to frustration

Recently I had been hearing a lot about the Maybelline Fit Me Shine-Free Foundation Stick, and I wanted to give it a try. This foundation is a revolutionary product, which Maybelline coins as “the first gel stick foundation” on their Website. It is only about $7 and also boasts an anti-shine core which promises to “instantly dissolve excess oil.”


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Keep You Wondering: Possible sixth sense may steer people from danger

Everyone is familiar with the five senses that humans have: taste, touch, scent, smell and hearing, but some researchers think that there might be another sense that people use in order to stay alive. This would be a sense that you wouldn’t exactly notice, like you notice the other five. This sixth sense would be used to spot danger that us, as humans, would want to avoid.



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The PHILosopher: Responsibility abounds with own house, pet

Being an Animal House resident is a tough job. The house is always full of people just looking for a good time. However, the house is usually left trashed and occasional theft occurs causing us to actually start acting like animals because we are angry.


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Keep you wondering: Halloween doesn't have to be so haunting

Halloween has always been one of my favorite holidays, and I always felt somewhat bad about it because I believed it to be a time that people would worship evil demons and witches coming out to hunt our souls, but it turns out, in a sense, it’s a joyful holiday.


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College Matt-ers: A response to Trustee Anderson's letter

In her letter to The Post on Monday, Board of Trustees Chair Sandra Anderson mistakenly wrote that our Board adequately seeks student input, but conveniently her letter provides more than enough evidence to the contrary.


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Guest Column: Alumni Band Fought Football Team - and the 110 Won

I remember where I was the first time I heard the story. I was a freshman sports reporter for The Post. Back in the mid-1990s, The Post was on the first floor of the old Baker Center on the side of the building nearest Court Street. It was within those artificially-lit green and white rooms that many great journalism careers were launched, probably along with several cases of rickets.


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This Day In History: 11 years ago, Chechen rebels hold Moscow theater hostage

On this day in 2002 a crowded theater in Moscow was seized by rebels from Chechnya in what has come to be known as the Moscow Theater Siege. Some 40 to 50 armed Chechens who claimed to be a part of the Islamist militant separatist movement in Chechnya carried out this siege; however, those in charge of the Islamist group in Chechnya denounced it publicly.


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Science with Dan: E-Cigarette marketing industry is disgusting, deceptive

Like students at countless colleges spanning the nation, odds are that you have been bombarded by a growing epidemic that for many goes either undetected or blatantly ignored. The toxic epidemic that I speak of is, of course, the electronic cigarette. The government has not brought down harsh regulations on this industry as it has with tobacco.

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