Candice Wojnarowski

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‘Deal or No Deal’ comes to Cabrini

A mix of students gathered in the Widener lecture hall on Tuesday, March 24, for CAP Board's version of the hit game show "Deal or No Deal." Anticipation was in the air as students entered their names into a raffle, hoping for a chance to play. "This is actually the first event I've attended on campus," Danielle Gordon, freshman chemistry major, said.

Working graveyard shift

If this was the 19th century, eight hours of my day would be spent in a cemetery, listening for those who had been mistakenly buried alive. For those of us who report to work long after everyone is asleep, the graveyard shift has not changed all that much in the past 200 years; for the most part, it is still the quietest, loneliest shift.

Bryn Mawr hosts abstract dance concert

More than 60 people gathered in the Pem Dance Studio at Bryn Mawr College on Friday, Feb. 6 to watch performances given by members of the Bryn Mawr faculty. The evening consisted of five pieces which ranged from traditional to new age modern rhythm. The performers themselves fell between the ages of 10 and 40, each showing great poise and devotion as their bodies moved with the music.

Virus detectors necessary to combat identity theft

Computer viruses can ruin lives in as little as 15 seconds. They are difficult to avoid and are constantly changing and evolving. Many of them can be encrypted within e-mails and even instant messages sent between friends. The damage can occur before the virus is even detected.

What’s in a name: prescription vs. generic drugs

In these times of economic hardships, consumers are looking to save money in every possible area of their lives. And for those of us carrying brown-bagged lunches on our bicycle ride to work, we've probably begun to sever the tie with our name-brand addiction.

Students can report bullies online

If the tragedies at Columbine High School and Virginia Tech University have taught us anything, it's that bullying takes a serious toll on students. "Many victims feel trapped, with no one to turn to until they reach a breaking point," Cathy Leonard, a parent in the St.

In favor of McCain

Obama-fever. It has struck the United States, and has swept up even the most proper, blue collared American workers. I never thought too much of it, until a group of Sarah Palin protesters dented the hood of the limousine I drive at work. I remember I was turning down Broad Street when the sirens started.

‘Deal or No Deal’ comes to Cabrini

A mix of students gathered in the Widener lecture hall on Tuesday, March 24, for CAP Board's version of the hit game show "Deal or No Deal." Anticipation was in the air as students entered their names into a raffle, hoping for a chance to play. "This is actually the first event I've attended on campus," Danielle Gordon, freshman chemistry major, said.

Working graveyard shift

If this was the 19th century, eight hours of my day would be spent in a cemetery, listening for those who had been mistakenly buried alive. For those of us who report to work long after everyone is asleep, the graveyard shift has not changed all that much in the past 200 years; for the most part, it is still the quietest, loneliest shift.

Bryn Mawr hosts abstract dance concert

More than 60 people gathered in the Pem Dance Studio at Bryn Mawr College on Friday, Feb. 6 to watch performances given by members of the Bryn Mawr faculty. The evening consisted of five pieces which ranged from traditional to new age modern rhythm. The performers themselves fell between the ages of 10 and 40, each showing great poise and devotion as their bodies moved with the music.

Virus detectors necessary to combat identity theft

Computer viruses can ruin lives in as little as 15 seconds. They are difficult to avoid and are constantly changing and evolving. Many of them can be encrypted within e-mails and even instant messages sent between friends. The damage can occur before the virus is even detected.

What’s in a name: prescription vs. generic drugs

In these times of economic hardships, consumers are looking to save money in every possible area of their lives. And for those of us carrying brown-bagged lunches on our bicycle ride to work, we've probably begun to sever the tie with our name-brand addiction.

Students can report bullies online

If the tragedies at Columbine High School and Virginia Tech University have taught us anything, it's that bullying takes a serious toll on students. "Many victims feel trapped, with no one to turn to until they reach a breaking point," Cathy Leonard, a parent in the St.

In favor of McCain

Obama-fever. It has struck the United States, and has swept up even the most proper, blue collared American workers. I never thought too much of it, until a group of Sarah Palin protesters dented the hood of the limousine I drive at work. I remember I was turning down Broad Street when the sirens started.

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