How school ruins reading

When an English teacher asks students to take out their books, their request is usually followed by animated groans and rolled eyes. In my pre-college schooling, required reading was never enjoyable and I, like many of my classmates, got stuck in the trap of online summaries and SparkNotes. 

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Working with Parking Services

At Grand Valley State University, one frequently expressed cause for stress is the same among students, guests, staff and faculty alike: campus parking. With more than 25,000 students currently enrolled at the university, finding a parking spot on campus can be nearly impossible some days. 

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Conspiracy theorists don't know everything

It’s true. Not a single one of us has an infinite mind with the exact knowledge of everything there is to be known. This is, from what I understand, a pretty well-understood fact. Yet, there are people who still believe that they know much more than they really do.  While I could list several types of people whom I’ve seen with this mindset, there’s no one who really jumps out at me more than online conspiracy theorists. 

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The problem with @realDonaldTrump

Today, President Donald Trump's Twitter account has 39.4 million followers, and a cursory look over his recent activity reveals that he frequently tweets a handful of times a day, including 12 tweets Wednesday, Sept. 20, alone. The question is, should the president of the U.S. use Twitter to communicate with the people? 

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