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Should College Be Free?

Should College Be Free?

Nadine Bourne, Contributing Writer

March 5, 2019

From the moment high school students apply for colleges, they know that they are going to be in debt for a long time. If you are one of the few lucky students who get a full ride or have everything paid for, then you don’t have to worry about loans and figuring out how you’re going to pay back the ...

Not Free To Be A Girl

Emma O'Dell

September 30, 2015

The phrase “that time of month” is known nation wide as the time of month when a women starts her menstrual cycle. The word period is a shy word; people edge away from it when it is used to describe a woman in her time of bleeding.  From the average age of 11 to late 50s, a woman will have her period. On...

Aerosmith Plays Free Outdoor Concert in Boston

The Associated Press

November 7, 2012

BOSTON (AP) — Thousands of Aerosmith fans watched the band perform on Monday in front of the building in Boston where they once lived. People hung out windows, crowded fire escapes and stood on roofs on Commonwealth Avenue to watch a free concert meant to encourage voting and promote the band’s...

Support the Library, Earn $5 in Free Printing

The Charger Bulletin

February 23, 2011

The Marvin K. Peterson Library will be conducting an assessment beginning in March in the interest of developing the academic skills of undergraduate students.  The results of this study will shape how the library aids its students in the future in terms of both individual attention and in-class training. ...

Missionaries freed by Haitian judge back in US

Liz De La Torre

February 18, 2010

From The Associated Press MIAMI – Eight American missionaries charged with child kidnapping in Haiti were back in the U.S. Thursday and looking forward to homecomings, even as two others remained in a Haitian jail in an ordeal sparked by the group's attempt to take 33 children out of the earthquake-stricken...

Want to read all about it online? It may cost you

Joshua Van Hoesen

September 20, 2009

From The Associated Press SAN FRANCISCO - With their advertising revenue drying up, newspaper publishers spent much of the spring and summer debating whether to cut off free online access to some of the material they run in their shrinking print editions. It looks like the talk will turn to...

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