Is iOS 7 A Downgrade?

November 5, 2013 11:51 am3 comments

“Interactions are dynamic. Animations are cinematic. And the experience is lively and spirited in so many unexpected yet perfectly natural ways.” According to Apple’s website, the iOS 7 is supposed to be revolutionary in its simplistic but wonderfully aesthetic approach. In many ways, it is; Matt Peckham of Time magazine […]

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Illinois Woman Unfairly Searched

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In Illinois this past May, thirty-three-year-old Dana Holmes was searched—possibly illegally—in the LaSalle County Police Department after being found driving under the influence. Dana Holmes is currently suing the police department after three male officers and one female officer brought her into a padded cell room, forced her face down, […]

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“Arcadia Abroad Exposed: Tourist, Traveler, or Obnoxious American?”

October 7, 2013 11:56 am33 comments

When experiencing a new culture for the first time, the idea of living and learning in a foreign country can be exciting, especially for Arcadia students, because we’re all about being global. However, if you want to get the most out of your study abroad experience, it is very important […]

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Non Parlo L’Immigrazione

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By: Daniel Whitehurst Ciao a tutti! Or, for those who are not familiar with the Italian language, hello everyone! I had the privilege to travel to Italy last semester, which was simply paradiso, to say the least. Even now, I have an incredibly difficult time fathoming some of the many […]

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E-cigarette Usage Increasing Among Young People

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According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, trends show that an estimated 8 million people will die annually because of tobacco use by the year 2030. This means that tobacco use will likely remain the leading cause of preventable death in the United States for years to come. […]

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The Dos and Don’ts of Choosing Where to Study Abroad

September 27, 2013 11:56 am4 comments

Studying abroad is often the highlight of a college student’s academic career. It is a transformative experience that allows students to gain new perspectives on the world in which they live. However, deciding which program to choose and which country to travel to is certainly not easy. In an ever-globalizing […]

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The Situation in Syria

September 24, 2013 11:56 am1 comment

The situation in Syria is on everyone’s minds right now. But exactly is going on? The events in Syria began during a period that has come to be known as The Arab Spring; beginning in April 2011, protests against the dictatorship in Syria were met with brutal force by the […]

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Gay College Student Blamed For Being Threatened By Roommate

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The Back2Stonewall blog reported on September 16th that a gay college student at University of Central Missouri was threatened by his roommate with a knife, and the University told him he was responsible for escalating this situation. This freshman student, Alex Worthley, was assigned to live with a homophobic roommate. […]

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iPhone 5C & 5S

September 23, 2013 11:55 am10 comments

Apple launched not one, but two new flagship devices at the company’s annual iPhone launch event, hosted on September 10, 2013. The iPhone 5S and 5C are now on sale in retail and online stores around the globe, and the general impression from consumers is one of high anticipation. In […]

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