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ODE outlook on decline of service economies

Thomas Meehan Business Correspondent The United States economy has undergone a tectonic shift since the early 20th century. The manufacturing sector, once the economic foundation of many areas of the…

Thanksgiving: an economic cornucopia

Patrick Budicini Business Correspondent Thanksgiving in America is known as a day devoted to eating, spending time with family and watching football. Each family has different traditions, but the typical…

Student reflects on faith in holidays

Student reflects on faith in holidays

Commentary by Nora Backus With the holiday season quickly approaching, the biggest shopping day of the year is near. In recent years, the “holiday” of Black Friday has become more…

Exposure to sunlight may affect mental health

Luis Britez Staff Writer With the pressure of school and the drama from this past election, it is important to remember to take in some sunshine in order to stabilize…

Human influences result in new geological era

Cody Sacks Science & Tech Correspondent Winston Churchill once said, “The farther back you look, the farther forward you are likely to see.” While Churchill devised this expression for political…

HPO member reflects on trip to Penn State Hershey’s Primary Care Day event

Commentary by Keidy Barrientos Keidy Barrientos is a first-year biology major on a pre-medical track. She is a member of the Health Professions Organization (HPO). She attended HPO’s trip to…

Debunking the stigma associated with raves

Debunking the stigma associated with raves

Staff Writer Ariana Berardi There are plenty of misconceptions about raves and the scene that they are a part of. Raves are meant to be a place where people who…

Student reflects on voting for first time

Staff Writer Caitlin Peason Voting in today’s day and age is such a crucial part of the American government system. Even within the past 100 years the right to vote…

University students discusses election results

University students discusses election results

Staff Writer Joan Crinion The results of the election were unarguably the most shocking that I have seen during my lifetime or even looking back to other tightly contested elections.…

8 ‘must-dos’ for month of November

8 ‘must-dos’ for month of November

Commentary by Catherine Natale 1. No Shave November No Shave November is the increase in hair growth to raise awareness to cancer patients who lose their hair due to treatment.…

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