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Poetry in Transit Offers Culture to Bus Riders

Michael Wintermute, A&E Assistant Editor

September 18, 2011

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Poetry in Transit, a program developed by Wilkes University English professor Mischelle Anthony to bring classic and original poetry to bus riders in Luzerne County, will be launched into its fifth year this month. At 5:30 p.m...

Heavy lifting, applicance trouble, juvenile decorations and other memories from move-in day

Janel Naro, Staff Writer ; Kirstin Cook, Editor-in-Chief

September 18, 2011

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With three weeks down already in the first semester, it seems like just yesterday students were moving into their dorms. Most of us can look back to move in weekend and remember the difficulties and challenges we faced, hopefully...

Einstein Bagel replacement cafe offers a new breakfast and lunch spot

Christine Lee

September 18, 2011

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Students wishing to grab a bagel from the Einstein Brothers Bagels Café may be surprised to find that another café has taken its spot in the UCOM building. The decision to replace Einstein Brothers on campus was made after...

Generation2Generation dance will aim at bringing young and old to the dance floor

Devoni Novak, A&E Editor

September 18, 2011

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The fourth annual Lee Vincent Generation2 Generation dance is an opportunity to serve the community while having a good time. This inter-generational event aims to bring family and community members together in today's on-the-go...

Departments assist students in following their ideal career path

Holly Boyer, Assistant Life Editor

September 18, 2011

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Often students are unsure of what exactly they want to do with their futures, even in college. Whether they cannot decide what branch of their major they want to pursue or even what they want to major in, students are stuck making...

Exhibit gives new meaning to ‘one man’s trash is another man’s treasure’

Bill Thomas, Staff writer

September 18, 2011

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Most people throw away their used water bottles, grocery bags and soda cans. Seattle-based photographer Chris Jordan makes art out of them. Since 2003, Jordan has been drawing attention to the issue of mass consumption with...

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