The Marching has only just Begun

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By Erin Neil, Co-Editor in Chief After a cold and rainy Inauguration Day, the skies shone a light on all the people who participated in the Women’s March. Subways were packed, pink hats were everywhere, and women and men filled the streets of Los Angeles to demonstrate in unity for human rights everywhere. At 10:00am on Saturday morning 750,000 people began […]

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Behind the Bud of the Rose Parade

By Bridget Gehan, Staff Writer Behind the brightest bud of the Pasadena Rose Parade, there are thousands of cramped, calloused, freezing, and bleeding hands, hours of dedicated service, and hundreds of shivering people meticulously working so the finished product will be magical. I ventured behind the scenes of the world famous Pasadena Rose Parade – the conclusion? There is nothing […]

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Study Tips and Tricks for the New Semester

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By Olivia Hamblin, Staff Writer Stuck with writers block on that essay? Too lazy to open up that history book because you’re binge watching the last season of Friends? These tips and tricks are here to save you. Temporarily block all those social media sites. Yes, I know that Instagram is calling and you just have to check that Facebook […]

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Are People Preparing for Christmas too Early?

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By Dani Posin, Staff Writer As Halloween is well behind us, we’ve moved onto the month of November which celebrates family, friends, being thankful, and Christmas?  Many look forward to the festivities that the holidays bring, some starting their Christmas traditions before Halloween.  Chris Medenwald, a research analyst and marketing manager at Field Agent, said, “34% of consumers said they […]

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There’s No Place like Homecoming

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By Erin Neil, Co-Editor in Chief Between the extended lunch on Wednesday, a rained-out spirit day on Friday, and the Homecoming dance on Saturday, last week was crazy at Notre Dame. Yet, despite the chaos, spirit week never fails to be one of the best weeks of the year for Notre Dame students, and this year proved no different. To […]

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“Who Stinks Now?”

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By Maria Thomas, Staff Writer As the Cleveland Indians and Chicago Cubs battle for the 2016 World Series, millions of baseball fans have gathered with friends and family to watch America’s favorite pastime. Any baseball fan can tell you why this World Series is so unusual and exciting. While the Indians have not won a World Series since 1948, there […]

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