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Graduates throwing their caps in the air

Enjoying Endings, and Life in General

While listening to the unfamiliar-to-most band Stars of Track and Field and their single End of All Time, I pondered all of the endings and new beginnings that are happening at…

green field with flowers

Reduce, Reuse, Recycle, Respect

On February 20, 2014, the Jamestown Community College office of sustainability held a featured movie in the Lenna Theatre. Called Comfort Zone, the movie revealed biological problems in today’s society that…

field of colorful flowers in springtime

Thinking Spring!

If you’re like most students at Jamestown Community College, you’re cold. Yes, folks, it’s a harsh and brutal winter out there, and what a beautiful winter it has been! If…

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No One Said It Would Be Easy…

Last year at this time I dreaded thinking about my high school graduation. The snow was blowing, my senior classes were dwindling to a close, and college was advancing faster…

inflatable "finish" sign

Finally – A BREAK!

I must admit that as this semester draws closer to an end, that finish line is looking quite ravishing. Family members and friends crowd the taped-off line, cameramen struggle to get the best…

Bike wheel

My Take on Change

I’ve never been the type of girl who enjoyed change. Transitioning from those awkward middle school years to the drama-filled years of high school, I never saw myself morph into an…

3 girls survive the college risks

College Lifestyle: The Risks

College is great: there are new friends, few limits to independence, fresh people, and an exposure to a world full of possibilities. However, within the bustling excitement of a new atmosphere come…

butterfly resting on a flower

Embracing the Fallible

“I’m not infallible; I’ve made mistakes,” my sociology professor, Mr. Hearn, admitted. To some individuals, this statement might not have any significant meaning. However, for many college students, admitting that you’re not perfect could…