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We have other classes, too

November 12, 2014 Comments

Mika Cummins

It’s quickly approaching that time of year again. Ah, yes, finals week. To our fellow students, we are all in the same boat. Suddenly, what felt like an eternity to raise that midterm grade is now two weeks and those deadlines for three projects are approaching at a high-rate of speed. And it sucks. A […]

10 things I learned about Americans in 11 1/2 weeks

November 12, 2014 Comments

Jessica Kopp

I’ve been in the US for about 11 1/2 weeks now and boy, did I learn some interesting stuff. For example, you can buy avocados, barbie band-aids and shotguns in the same store… not to mention that you can do your banking, get a haircut and have an eye examination there, too. But behold, the […]

Why music is important

November 12, 2014 Comments

Mika Cummins

Music—an everyday occurrence yet complex notion. Music permeates our culture, used as a means of communication, expression of emotion, and even a form of therapy. We hear it on the radio, driving to and from school or work. We hear it in the supermarket as we go aisle to aisle, scouring the shelves. But what […]

What’s the point?

October 29, 2014 Comments

Nick Ingram

Midterms are here, stress levels are rising and the end of the semester is just around the corner. I hope that if you have end-of-the-semester projects that you have started them because they’ll be due before you know it. However, for those of us that have to write 20 plus page papers, we have sleepless […]

So uncivilized Western (Editorial)

October 29, 2014 Comments

Nick Ingram

There has been a growing trend not only in St. Joseph, but also here on our own campus, crime. This is issue nine of the Griffon News and so far this semester, we have reported 36 crimes that have happened on campus including one sexual assault. So far this semester, we have reported 36 crimes […]

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