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In defense of The Chronicle

By Brianna Wellen

April 2, 2012

It's been no secret that the prioritization process would rattle a few cages. Programs that people love and have poured their lives into have the potential to be compromised, and though nothing has been “set in stone,” as is the mantra of the administration these days, there are still threats. As we come to the final stages of the process, the threats seem more real than ever.With the Academic Team’s recommendations ...

Auto show demonstrates new U.S. design dominance

By Contributing Writer

February 21, 2011

by: Brandon Smith, contributing writerMy mother says some of the first words out of my mouth were, “I like those wheels,” pointing to the chrome hubcaps and whitewalls on my father's 1970 Buick LeSabre. The sleek gold sedan, yacht-long with a black vinyl top, would later become the car in which I learned to drive. I didn’t bother to borrow a car when I took Kelsey Fogt to the homecoming dance. Which was weird becaus...

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