Monthly Archives: March 2016

Music Review: The 1975

By Spenser Webb, Entertainment Writer 

British alternative rock band The 1975 recently released their second full length album, “I Like It When You Sleep, for You’re So Beautiful Yet So Unaware of It”, (from here on referred to as ILIWYS). The seventeen-track album is packed with content and is The 1975’s follow up to their well-received self-titled album released in 2013.

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Editorial: A Historical Look Into Free College

By: Jeff Specker

“Education is the most powerful weapon which you can use to change to world.”
– Nelson Mandela

In 1944 the first large program to incentivize higher education for the middle class was created. You know it as the GI Bill.

It enrolled nearly eight million post World War II veterans, which exceeded expectations ten times over. And while this enormous demand could have pushed college costs higher, it didn’t because the states embraced the idea. The booming postwar economy didn’t hurt either, providing them with large sums of money to expand higher education.

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Duke Comes Back Late to Stun UNC

By Nick Jacquin, Sports Writer 

It is one of the greatest rivalries in all of sports.  With two of the most storied programs in NCAA history and two of the greatest college coaches of all-time, it was a battle between the Duke Blue Devils and North Carolina Tar Heels.  The two teams met in Chapel Hill, North Carolina last week and it was yet another physical game.

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