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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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Social Media: How Much is Too Much?

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We’ve all done it—checked our phones in the middle of class, while sitting in a meeting, or even waiting in line at the Chat. Whether it’s Instagram, Twitter, or Facebook that seizes your attention, social media has become a part of everyday life like never before. I know that I […]

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‘No Bingo For Felons’ Is the Bomb

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‘No Bingo For Felons’ Is the Bomb

While every exhibit hosted by Arcadia’s Art Gallery has evoked a range of emotions as diverse and limitless as its subject matter, few have been as provocatively harrowing as “No Bingo For Felons.” Granted, as soon as you walk through the door, you are faced with sculptor Frank Bender’s bust […]

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He’s the Man. She’s the…Slut?

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Ah, the infamous double standard that creates a menacing gap between men and women in the world of sex. For those of you who aren’t aware what the “sexual double standard” actually is, it’s simple: if you have a vagina, you are a slut; if you have a penis, you’re […]

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Perfection is Perception—No Matter What the Media Says

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On a summer night in July, my friends and I were getting ready to go out for a night in Center City. I walked up the stairs of my best friend’s house to see if she was almost ready. She was standing in the bathroom, brushing her teeth in the […]

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Ms. Baseball Know-It-All: The Phillies’ Questionable Off-Season Moves

September 22, 2013 12:00 pm0 comments
Photo: Christina Yee

It’s no secret that the Phillies team, at the end of the 2013 season, was pretty old. Old is a relative term, but for baseball players, the Phillies are old, and when baseball players get old, they don’t produce as much or as well. So, the logical tactic for off-season […]

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8Static Festival & Future

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Across the country, there are a number of music festivals that gather monthly to promote the importance of music and music education and allow singers and groups from around the world to display their talents. The 8Static Festival is one of those very gatherings. Having been around since its debut […]

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Diversity vs. Aesthetics: Where To Draw The Line

September 21, 2013 7:30 pm21 comments
Photo Credit: Flickr Creative Commons - Ryan Christopher VanWilliams

From birth, I can honestly say that I was born to live and breathe fashion. At five years old I can recall lying on my parents’ bed in our riverside city condo, glued to the television late at night as I watched Lauren Ezersky’s Behind the Velvet Ropes and Tim […]

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Switchfoot Exclusive: Fading West

September 19, 2013 3:15 am1 comment
Switchfoot Exclusive: Fading West

Grammy award winning band Switchfoot is on their way to the Keswick Theatre for a concert unlike any other. They have a new album with a release date of January 2014, and a film that documents the lives of the band as musicians and also as surfers. Concert-goers will be […]

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Nobel Prize Winner Comes to Arcadia, Inspires, and Motivates

September 18, 2013 9:26 am0 comments
Nobel Prize Winner Comes to Arcadia, Inspires, and Motivates

Over 200 undergraduates, graduates, area high school students, faculty, staff, and friends gathered together in the Great Room of the University Commons on September 10 to hear Dr. Michael S. Brown give his “9 Simple Steps” to winning a Nobel Prize. After an introduction from Provost Steve Michael and Dr. […]

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