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Point/Counterpoint: Thanksgiving tradition thrown out the door for our fast paced, modern lives

Point/Counterpoint: Thanksgiving tradition thrown out the door for our fast paced, modern lives

Drew Charlet, Web Editor

November 27, 2018


Filed under Opinions, Showcase

How often do you go to a family or friends house for a nice home cooked Thanksgiving dinner? Or how often do you go out to a nice restaurant with your family? Our columnists debate the growing trend of having someone else cook Thanksgiving.

Re-mediate Nerves at the Coronado

Hannah Knight, Staff Reporter

November 30, 2017


Filed under Features, Opinions

Tis’ the season for Christmas music, twinkly lights, and a peppermint mocha. However, delicious, steamy peppermint mocha season signals late-night cram sessions for final exams. What better than staking out a study spot to cushion the stress and tears of the end of the semester? Downtown Phoenix ...

Evolution of dating through the 20th century

Evolution of dating through the 20th century

Savannah Ostler, Staff Reporter

February 2, 2016


Filed under Double Truck

Throughout the 20th century, relationships have evolved from courting and staying in, to going out and online dating. Things that are not socially acceptable today were perfectly normal back then. People used to meet up with lots of different people and tried to get to know them, but today if peop...

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