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A brief history of terrorist attacks around the world

A brief history of terrorist attacks around the world

Naina Prasad and Sasha Fenton
February 16, 2016
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Age of Terrorism: two decades of terrorist attacks around the globe. Infographic by Sasha Fenton. Text by Naina Prasad.

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Pros and Cons for taking courses pass/D/F

Pros and Cons for taking courses pass/D/F

Maya Fenter, mfenter.ct@gmail.com
February 16, 2016
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Age of Terrorism: two decades of terrorist attacks around the globe. Infographic by Sasha Fenton. Text by Naina Prasad.

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Drink Up: why athletes need to stay hydrated

Drink Up: why athletes need to stay hydrated

Neya Thanikachalam, nthanikachalam.ct@gmail.com
November 10, 2015
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Age of Terrorism: two decades of terrorist attacks around the globe. Infographic by Sasha Fenton. Text by Naina Prasad.

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Homecoming has the hallways covered in ‘delectable’ decorations

Homecoming has the hallways covered in ‘delectable’ decorations

Nolan O'Rear and Kiara Mueller
September 24, 2015
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Age of Terrorism: two decades of terrorist attacks around the globe. Infographic by Sasha Fenton. Text by Naina Prasad.

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Friends and family remember ‘gentle giant’ Matt Skowronski

Friends and family remember ‘gentle giant’ Matt Skowronski

Maya Fenter and Alison Pfaff
August 14, 2015
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"I think the main thing about Matt is the fact that he literally was larger than life.” Junior Brendan Ross, teammate and friend of Matt Skowronski, isn’t just referring to Skowronski’s 6-foot-8 stature, but also the smile he constantly wore on his face. “Even when he made a mistake... Read more »

Recent Supreme Court ruling on gay marriage a step forward for gay rights advocates

Recent Supreme Court ruling on gay marriage a step forward for gay rights advocates

Freja Sonnichsen, Editorial Editor
July 12, 2015
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*Names have been changed to protect identity. When logging onto Facebook, it is likely that one will see a lot more color than usual. Multi-colored filters signifying the LGBTQ+ flag are now on more than 26 million profile pictures in support of the Supreme Court decision made on June 26, 2015, w... Read more »

The Naperville Central community responds to recent racial unrest

The Naperville Central community responds to recent racial unrest

Freja Sonnichsen and Alison Pfaff
May 27, 2015
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“No secret my friend, you can get killed just for living in your American skin.” In his controversial song “American Skins (41 Shots),” Bruce Springsteen illustrates the foul play by the police in the killing of Amadou Diallo in 1999. Diallo was an immigrant from Guinea and was catastrophic... Read more »

The truth about vape pens

The truth about vape pens

Maneesh Somisetty, Staff Writer
April 30, 2015
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E-cigarettes or vape pens have been under plenty of scrutiny in recent years, but no one really knows what's in them. Are they really as safe or as dangerous as people say? Here are the facts: Vaping is legal for people over 18 anywhere in the U.S. where smoking is legal, and some places where it... Read more »

Corn, sugar, salt and other things that will kill you

Corn, sugar, salt and other things that will kill you

Nicole Simos, Staff Writer
April 16, 2015
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 Corn is evil, sugar will kill you, salt is sadistic and fat just got out of prison. Meet the latest and newest bad guys on the block; the maniacal masterminds in the multibillion dollar industry of processed foods. Enterprise Goliath's have created a simple theorem to make more money: If their products taste better, their con... Read more »

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