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Lumberjack International: Jumping off Cliffs, Crashing into Trees, and Other Ways to Impress 12-Year-Olds

Whilst voyaging the Caribbean this past summer, I learned a few things.  First of all, it is still not alright to drink unfiltered water in third-world countries.  One might think that contracting the same parasite in two different locations on different trips is absurd, but I like to think that I was just getting in […]

Editorial: ASSOU Vice President Comment on LegCon 2012 in Washington, D.C.

ASSOU Vice President Amanda Stucke and ASSOU President Hassan Harris, along with 9 SOU students, attended the annual USSA Grassroots Legislative Conference and Lobby Day in Washington, D.C. Every year, the students of the organization put on a rally, and this year, it was in front of the Sallie Mae building. We were rallying there […]

Ten-year $100 billion cut may hit Pell Grant Program

Ten-year $100 billion cut may hit Pell Grant Program

The U.S. Congress is preparing to vote on wide-reaching budget cuts that could affect the academic livelihood, and survival of many college students. President Barack Obama’s 2012 federal budget takes aim at Pell grants and loans for graduate students. The cuts proposed would decrease the available funds from the Federal Pell Grant program by $100 […]

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