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Donation drive to give back to Akron community

By Sofia Syed, Arts & Life Editor November 23, 2015

The winter holiday season is considered to be the most giving season of all. One way to help out this season is by participating in ServeAkron’s Winter Wishes Donation Drive. This annual donation...

Zips need to catch zs not colds

Zips need to catch z’s not colds

By Natalyia Calhoun, Student Writer November 4, 2015

It is important to get enough sleep every night in order to function on a daily basis. Sleep affects your brain function and physical health. Continual sleep deficiency can affect your attitude, way of...

Warming up to winter fashion

November 29, 2012

Written by: Channing Murrock This winter, make a lasting impression as the fall semester ends and a great first impression when the spring semester begins by dressing in winter's hottest styles. Things...

Project RISE works to keep kids warm

October 25, 2012

Written by: Katelyn Freil It may seem warm out now, but many people are already getting out their scarves, heavy coats and warm blankets. Young students who are not fortunate enough to have warm blankets,...

Winter Fashion

January 25, 2012
Traditionally during the spring semester, students are usually just trying to stay warm and get to class as fast as they can to keep out of the cold weather. Clothing generally falls under the “sport apparel” category, and students bundle up in layers with their heaviest attire to battle the winter cold. This semester, however, I have noticed more and more students dressing stylishly warm, starting off spring semester with major fashion statements.
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