Women journalists deserve to be recognized and heard (April 14, 2016 Issue)

Women journalists deserve to be recognized and heard (April 14, 2016 Issue)

By Meg Liebsch Collegian Editor At a recent writing conference in Boston, Gay Talese, a prominent literary journalist, was asked about the female writers who…

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La Salle Dining has no practical way of connecting with students (April 14, 2016 Issue)

La Salle Dining has no practical way of connecting with students (April 14, 2016 Issue)

By Beckett Woodworth Collegian Reporter La Salle Dining advertises its Twitter handle as a means to connect with students, allowing for an easy way for…

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America’s political system needs to change (April 14, 2016 Issue)

America’s political system needs to change (April 14, 2016 Issue)

By Michael Cooney Collegian Staff For hundreds of years, America has had a two party system. For the most part, this system has worked. However,…

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Dealing with Facilities can be frustrating (April 14, 2016 Issue)

Dealing with Facilities can be frustrating (April 14, 2016 Issue)

By Silvio Miranda Collegian Staff If you ask any department on campus about La Salle’s Facilities Department, they will share mixed reactions. Some say that…

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Spring is here, baseball is back (April 7, 2016 Issue)

Spring is here, baseball is back (April 7, 2016 Issue)

By Brendan Sample Collegian Editor Amidst all the excitement surrounding the end of the NCAA men’s basketball season and the crowning of Villanova as the…

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Political Journalism must remain objective (April 7, 2016 Issue)

Political Journalism must remain objective (April 7, 2016 Issue)

By Mary Grupp Collegian Reporter The reliability and integrity of journalism in the political campaign season has faced plenty of heat recently. President Obama even…

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St. Patrick’s Day celebration unusually calm (April 7, 2016 Issue)

St. Patrick’s Day celebration unusually calm (April 7, 2016 Issue)

By Silvio Miranda Collegian Staff Many drinking holidays exist on college campuses, and St. Patrick’s Day is certainly one of the most prominent ones.With alcohol…

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Marriage equality—the GOP’s downfall (April 7, 2016 Issue)

Marriage equality—the GOP’s downfall (April 7, 2016 Issue)

By Meg Liebsch Collegian Editor Last month, South Carolina state senators voted to pass a bill, S.31, which would ask Congress to amend the U.S….

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Meet the Candidate: Ben Carson (February 25, 2016 Issue)

Meet the Candidate: Ben Carson (February 25, 2016 Issue)

By MegAnne Liebsch Collegian Editor Ben Carson was once a neurosurgeon, but currently he is competing for the Republican presidential nomination. He recently came in…

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