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The struggle of being forgetful

The struggle of being forgetful

Daisy Dardon

February 5, 2015

Filed under Blogs, Opinion

I have a tendency of being very forgetful. An 80 year old man probably has better memory than I do. Just last week I thought I had lost my debit card so I called to freeze my account for the second time. When I hung up I realized that I had placed my debit card by the side of my bed. I do...

Deadline dread’s vicious circle

Alyssa Dunning

December 13, 2014

Filed under Columns, Opinion

I've been writing for The Orion this entire semester, and still I waited until the last minute to write this article. I really do try to be on top of my assignments, but it just never seems to work out. I am typing this the day it is due. I have done the dishes, played with my cats and done la...

The four C’s of using profanity in writing

Valerie Teegardin

February 12, 2014

Filed under Blogs, Opinion

CommunicateWhen mere words simply are not enough, profanity, if applied properly, can deliver a powerful reaction. It can be so powerful, that even the driest of sentences will have emphasis and emotion. Take, for example, "I don't care" versus " I don't give a fuck". Although both contain the same message, it'...

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