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Nia Lyn


Editor’s Pick: Travel

The Vatican After students complete Prof. McClendon’s (FA) St. Peter’s and the Vatican course, they always feel the need to visit the Vatican, whose architecture and history they have been studying for the past semester.

Recognize the importance of sleep

For college students, it is often difficult to get a good night’s rest; with assignments, extracurricular activities and other time consuming commitments, some students often opt to forgo an extra hour of sleep to ensure that they meet a deadline.

Criticize strict dress codes’ effects on young women

"I've been told I'm not supposed to say this – however, women should avoid dressing like sluts in order not to be victimized," Toronto police officer Michael Sanguinetti said when addressing a group of law school students on personal safety, according to a May 8, 2011 BBC article.

Support Apple’s resistance to FBI’s demands to unlock phone

Today’s society has become so dependent on technology that our phones store everything from our credit card information to our home address and several other pieces of incriminating information.  With this in mind, personal technology could also be used as a powerful tool in law enforcement.

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