Twins are portrayed in books, films and TV shows as clones. They finish each other’s sentences, act and dress the same and in some cases look the same. But these stereotypes are more myth than fact when it comes to my relationship with my twin brother, Andrew. When you first see me and Andrew, you […]

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By Sanah Faroke, Staff Writer@sanahfaroke Behold! We have entered the ‘week of death,’ i.e. the week before finals week. We’ve entered the dome of late night strategy sessions, unhealthy food choices, and nocturnal raccoon eyes covered over with concealer. Wait, is that just me? Well, Katniss and I might be BFFs because I feel like […]

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By Sanah Faroke, Staff Writer@sanahfaroke When I took my core classes at the beginning of my college career, I pulled all nighters studying for my exams for days at a time. I made immense study guides, until my TA told me that my 32-page guide was equivalent to a grad student’s. My memorization isn’t the […]

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Chris Lisinski, Staff Writer @chrislisinski When 3D printing technology first grabbed headlines, most consumers were wondering what the future held. Now, finally, the day of salvation is near: We will soon be able to print chocolate. Legendary chocolatiers at The Hershey Company have teamed up with 3D Systems to develop the candy-printing system, according to […]

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By Shivani Patel, Staff Writer @shizupates In about a month or so, something important is happening. That, my friends, would be registration. I’m sure you all remember the excitement and disappointment of searching through all the classes, trying to find the right times and professors only to have all the spots taken by the time […]

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By Kimberly Clark, Science Tuesday Editor Speaking on behalf of the female proportion of the population, I would like to say that bras are a necessary evil. They are not the most comfortable contraptions made for women, but they could be a lot worse. (How about those five inch heels, ladies?) And at the end […]

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