All posts tagged "Ethan Pelletier"

  • Is campus-affiliated housing a ‘secure’ investment?

    By Ethan Pelletier– As students look for feasible living options for the next academic year, it is important to know if the campus-affiliated housing is worth the high cost that comes along with it. And a reoccurring...

    • Posted March 27, 2016
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    King and Queens Night to celebrate African culture

    By Ethan Pelletier– Africa is home to over one billion people in over 54 countries and sovereign states — making up about 16 percent of the world’s population. One quarter of the world’s languages are spoken only...

    • Posted February 11, 2016
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  • Make the most of Singles Awareness Day

    By Ethan Pelletier–  It’s that time of the year again—you know the holiday. Every shop is decorated with nauseating shades of pink and red. Couples are getting even more sickening to be around (if that’s possible). That’s...

    • Posted February 2, 2016
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    Stay healthy during spring break

    By Ethan Pelletier– It is that time of year again—it is warming up outside (not really), birds are chirping (nope), classes are in full swing (unless they are canceled), and hopefully you have your spring break body...

    • Posted January 21, 2016
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    Students taste the world with Food Festival

    By Ethan Pelletier– Students were able to enjoy a variety of local food options last night at SAB’s Diversity Food Festival. Louisville restaurants came to support the event by representing a booth of ethnicity; the variety of...

    • Posted November 19, 2015
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  • The Peanuts gang take Red Barn’s center stage

    The sing-songed phrase “Oh Charlie Brown” has been on TV and in the background of American life since the 1950s. The Peanuts comic strip by Charles Schulz is perhaps the most recognizable cartoon animation in pop culture. The gang...

    • Posted November 6, 2015
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    PEACC discusses rape kits during Week of Peace event

    Documentation, cotton swabs, combs and tarnished envelopes sit on police department shelves waiting to be used as forensic evidence. Some have been waiting since the 1970s. On Sept. 21 in The Avenue, Lamont Johnson, Men of PEACC advisor,...

    • Posted September 28, 2015
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