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10 signs you're an exercise science major

From studying the human body to learning new exercises and teaching them to others, exercise science majors share various distinctive characteristics and an underlying passion for improving peoples’ lives through exercise. 


The media, the holiday season and the story of a child who doesn’t celebrate any of it

I definitely remember my little fourth grade choir class doing Christmas sing-a-long stuff while I sat in the library and wrote an essay on Linkin Park, because my teacher didn’t want me doing nothing. I don’t know who got the worse end of that deal, and I don’t think I ever actually got a grade on my essay. Still waiting on that. I hope I get an A; I need it to pass that class. 

Fall is finally here. Create your own pumpkin spice candle. Sabrina Schnetzer, DN

3 do-it-yourself projects for fall

With October finally here, it’s time to embrace the change of the seasons — even if the weather doesn't always agree. Make your dorm or apartment feel more like fall with these do-it-yourself candle and centerpiece crafts.


Successful leaders inspire others

I sat amid 1,200 climate activists in a noisy conference room, patiently waiting for former Vice President Al Gore to speak at the 23rd Climate Leader training last summer. Feeling nervous but relieved, I knew that I wasn’t sitting alone as a young leader. As it was my first leadership conference, I didn’t know what to expect, but I was excited to be part of the global cultural movement.


Muncie psychic talks about gift

She knows things are going to happen before they do. Sherita Campbell said there is no fanfare to these visions — no trumpets or angels heralding — just a matter of fact knowledge that these events she has seen must come to pass.

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