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Fast Food Franchises Offer Employees Education Benefits

As deadlines for scholarship applications approach across the world, fast-food franchises have started to offer scholarships for part-time and full-time employees. However, along with providing students with education benefits, franchises have also discovered that offering these scholarships increase their employee retention, mitigating the need to constantly search for new employees. In addition to helping with […]

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Tempo

Contemporary History of Videogame Movies: A Review

With the recent debut of “Sonic The Hedgehog” in theaters, it’s the perfect time to look at the history of videogame movies. Now, I’m going to be upfront with you all: Most videogame movies, in my opinion, are absolute trash that makes me regret spending the time and energy required to watch them. But, here […]

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men's swim team
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Sports

Men’s Swimming Claims Top Team GPA in US

On Jan. 29, the College Swimming and Diving Coaches Association of America announced that the Men’s Swim Team had the highest cumulative team GPA of all schools in NCAA Division II. The men’s team was honored with an overall GPA of 3.57 with the women’s team was not far behind with a collective 3.50. Both […]

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Duke and Duchess of Sussex
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Duke and Duchess of Sussex Step Down As Senior Royals

Meghan Markle and Prince Harry, Duchess and Duke of Sussex, respectively, shocked the world when they announced they were stepping down as senior royals via their Instagram on Jan. 8.  This comes eight months after their son, Archie, was born. With his arrival, the two took a six-week break from royal duties. After reflection and […]

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democratic debate
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Democratic Debate Gives Insight Preceding Results of Iowa Caucus

The Democratic debate, which took place on Jan. 14 in Des Moines, Iowa drew in 7.3 million voters on CNN. While the Democratic candidates addressed a variety of issues, healthcare and education being among the most prominent, CNN moderator Abby Phillip was criticized for asking Sen. Elizabeth Warren about a private conversation with Sen. Bernie […]

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Campus Life
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Tree Lighting Kickstarts Holiday Season

On Dec. 2, after a much-needed Thanksgiving break, faculty, staff, and students were invited to bond together to celebrate one of Lewis’ long standing, annual traditions.  The tradition of lighting trees dates back to 19th century Germany. Originally, trees were lit by candles, but are now illuminated by hundreds of multi-colored light bulbs. Harvard professor […]

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