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Issue of the Week: Immigration reform

Immigration — the word alone is a controversial and overly-discussed topic in the United States. Both Mitt Romney and Barack Obama possess innovative proposals for reforming immigration, but are the laws and regulations associated with immigration really in need of reform? Or is it simply the lack of enforcing such laws that leads to the loss of millions of dollars ...

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School yourself on candidates

As we move towards the presidential election, the constant display of the ‘issues’ by the leading political candidates can cause more confusion than clarity.   Topics are thrown at us from all directions: on television, the Internet and even on campus. To fully understand the candidates we need to ask ourselves a rather simple question: how do the issues pertain ...

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Resumé help offered again

Career Services cannot offer you a job, but it is here to help you get one. The office teaches students and alumni how to market themselves to potential employers.   Due to popularity and success, Career Services has decided once again to host resume walk-ins. This service aids students through the challenging process of developing a resume. The resume acts ...

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Students find cheaper textbooks

According to the U.S. Public Interest Research Group, textbook prices skyrocketed across college campuses up to 22 percent over the last several years. The burden of recent education cuts on the state and national levels forces students to seek out alternative outlets each semester for acquiring textbooks. One method rapidly gaining widespread recognition is online renting. Students can opt to ...

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