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Issue 1 Winter 2016

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Remembering Dr. King

By Adam Lecznar
Editor-in-Chief

It is easy at times to forget the significance of a day like Martin Luther King Day but it is important to always remember the meaning of days like that to every person in this nation.

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Carnival of Clubs Winter Edition

By Gabrielle Feeny
Copy Editor

Kettering’s Carnival of Clubs was held in the Great Court Thursday, January 14th. As many of you may know, this event is generally held during summer term and only summer term. So why have a second one in winter? According to Debbie Syewart, director of Student Life Programs, multiple students have been requesting an additional carnival to remind them of what clubs are available and to get more people involved in them.

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Defending Press Rights

By Adam Lecznar
Editor-in-Chief

Today’s world is overflowing with a wealth of information. From advances in technology to extraordinary cases of individual bravery, so many events occur each day that it is impossible for any one person to know them all. News media does its best to provide people with coverage of the most important issues, but it is not always able to effectively communicate the daily happenings of the world. Because of this, some people and organizations take stances against “the press.”

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Wall Street Journal Speaker

By Adam Lecznar
Editor-in-Chief

Kettering University’s Cribathon, room 2225, was filled with students on Wednesday, January 22, 2016 as yet another speaker arrived on campus to offer his words of wisdom to open minds. Jeff Bennett, an auto columnist for the Wall Street Journal, brought with him a presentation of the auto industry from the perspective of a person with less of a technical background than usually seen at Kettering, but every bit as informative.

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