Category: Opinion

Letters from abroad: Costa Rica

By Laura Mino, Guest writer The tropical sun shines on my face. I can hear…

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Kindles, chargers and other resources you may not know about

By Katie King, Library Director and Guest Writer The SNU Library is and continues to…

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As I see it: Branding

By Patty Juliuson, Columnist I’m not much of a brand shopper. OK, I’ll admit I…

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Real talk with Ronna: Too much ice cream?

By Ronna Fisher, Assistant editor Maybe I am just being nostalgic, but sometimes I wish…

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SNU Expressions magazine: an outlet for creativity

By Patty Juliuson, Columnist I was planning to explain why I have a broom in…

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The do’s and don’ts of dating

By Macy Sliman First off, women and men have overly high and equally low expectations…

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Prehistoric Legends: I <3 Valentines Day but I don't <3 ...

By Prof. Jim Wilcox, Guest Writer I remember (and if you’re lucky, you remember too)…

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Live in your mom’s basement or actually succeed

Beth Gray, Guest Writer A trash can isn’t where you want to be. And if…

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You can help The Arrow’s staff capture the school year

By Audra Marston, Arrow Editor It is that time of year again; time to pick…

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Obama should do more by attempting less in second term

By Brad Crofford, Editor-in-chief This past Monday marked President Barack Obama’s inauguration for his second…

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Prehistoric legends: The first interactive column I’ve ever written

By Professor Jim Wilcox, Guest Writer In this day of choices – how we want…

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A tribute to my teammate, Chesney Burgweger

By Sarah Keller, Guest columnist As I’m writing this, I feel as if I am…

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As I see it: dare to be different

By Patty Juliuson, Columnist I was going to write a little article about why I…

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Prehistoric legends : a rose by any other name is Rosie’s clone

By Jim Wilcox, Guest columnist I was blessed by chance to be born with a…

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When I cease to be Brad: what OIL has meant to me

When I cease to be Brad: what OIL has meant to me

By Brad Crofford, Editor-in-chief For five days every semester, I cease to be  Brad. I…

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