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Carol’s Deli has good food, bad service

Dominick Constantino, Staff Writer

January 30, 2012

Most of us look for a bargain when we go out to eat. We like to still have money left after leaving a restaurant. If money is tight and you want to eat somewhere, this is the place for you. Located at 40 South Main St. in Wilkes-Barre,...

New rom-com not bad, but this ‘one’ isn’t worth your ‘money’

Bill Thomas, Arts & Entertainment Editor

January 30, 2012

Katharine Heigl gained a lot of cinematic street-cred for 2007’s “Knocked Up.” Unfortunately, the all-too-easy-to-love actress has since squandered much of that goodwill in middling popcorn fare like “Killers” and “New...

Evanovich impresses with first in best selling ‘Plum’ series

Annie Yoskoski, Staff Writer

January 30, 2012

Stephanie Plum is your typical Jersey girl. In need of a job after being fired as a lingerie buyer, she takes the opportunity to work for her cousin Vinny, a bonding agent. With her new career as a bounty hunter Stephanie needs...

Radio station hopes big changes will bring in new blood

Matt Gaines, Correspondent

January 30, 2012

The student disc-jockeys of the radio station, 90.7 WCLH, do their best to keep the old workplace up and running as a full-time medium for their own music and talk shows. Located on the third floor of the Dorothy Dickson Darte...

Willy Wonka themed Study Break Party a sweet success

Christine Lee, Alyssa Stencavage, Life Editor, Staff Writer

December 11, 2011

Chocolate cascaded down a waterfall machine, cotton candy swirled about and colorful candy decorations and a golden ticket adorned the ceilings. These colorful accents were some of the many sweet accents of the fall semester Inter-Residence...

Hideous holiday sweaters given new light at mixer

Christine Lee, Life Editor

December 4, 2011

Normally, wearing a Christmas sweater at a holiday party is not a cause for celebration, other than minor humiliation for their appearance. But at one mixer, their ugly appearance was a cause for celebration. On Dec. 4 the...

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