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Album Review: ‘Bangerz’ by Miley Cyrus

  I received Miley Cyrus’ latest album, “Bangerz,” as a joke birthday gift from my boyfriend. Continue…

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How to buy happiness

Spending money on others benefits community, self Abbie Reetz In one of my classes last week, Continue…

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Book Review: ‘The Statistical Probability of Love at First Sight’

  Once every few weeks, there comes a book that is slightly cheesy and predictable, but adorable Continue…

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That’s what (s)he said

Should you keep a high school relationship in college?   She said Heading off to college Continue…

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College freshmen top three reading list

  1. “A Game of Thrones” by George R.R. Martin If you haven’t jumped on the “Game Continue…

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10 tips for surviving finals

Final exams can be stressful. The weather is finally nice outside, and the last thing anyone wants to Continue…

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Wearing heels for hope: Walk A Mile In Her Shoes promotes sexual assault awareness

Men in high-heeled shoes are not a typical sight on the UW-Whitewater campus, but on Wednesday, April Continue…

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Celebrating survivors: Relay for Life raises money for American Cancer Society

Fairy tales and dreams. That is the theme for this year’s UW-Whitewater Relay for Life. The relay, Continue…

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Book series review: The ‘Delirium’ Trilogy

  Shortly after starting the first book of Lauren Oliver’s Delirium trilogy, one major thought Continue…

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Campus suites, apartments should allow small pets

According to statistics gathered by the American Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals, about Continue…

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