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Advice column: moving on from confusion and heartbreak

Desiree Williams, Copy Editor

October 27, 2017

Dear Desiree, My boyfriend broke up with me in February. At the time I was heartbroken, but I got over it quickly. However, he will text me randomly saying he misses "us," or that he misses hanging out with me. Every time this h...

Student sheds light on ADHD

Jacob Tebbe, Staff Writer

October 27, 2017

Paul Kadzielawa's disability won't stop him from pursuing his dream of attending medical school. A junior and current pre-med biology major with a minor in psychology, he hopes to one day become a neurologist, or even a neuro...

Health Services offers free flu shots, urges individuals to get vaccinated

Sadie Castro, Columnist

October 27, 2017

Nobody wants to miss any of their classes, especially when flu season is just around the corner, which is why Health Services is offering free flu shots in order to prepare for the worst. Events have been hosted throughout October, ...

ECCE: Hidden Histories: The Story and Legacy of Japanese American WWII Incarceration

Sadie Castro, Columnist

October 12, 2017

An ECCE Speaker’s Event Oct. 6 showcased three of five movies from a travelling film program about Japanese-American concentration camps during World War II. The three movies shown were The Orange Story, A Song for Manzanar, and Tadai...

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