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Romping in your romper

For the past few summers rompers have made their ultimate comeback and every fashion lover is seemingly eating them up, this leading to new trends like the jumpsuit and now tube-top jump suit. The other side of this trend, though, features many upset fasionistas—such as myself.   Rompers are great summer …

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Celebrating faith, family miles from home

Carol Anne Smock editor in chief   People who practice the Islam faith around the world celebrated the end of Ramadan, a 30-day period of fasting, last week with the Eid al-Fitr holiday, a time to celebrate faith and family. Despite being thousands of miles from their home country of China, …

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Major changes coming to chem department

Braidon Beard reporter   In the midst of staff layoffs, reductions, and retirees, the chemistry and physics departments are undergoing a shift in leadership with Bobby Winters, associate dean of the College of Arts and Sciences, serving as acting chair for both departments.   Peter Dvornic, former chair of the department of …

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