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The Crusader of Sanity

Thursday, February 11th, 2016

By the time this fresh copy of The Xavieritie is in your hands, you will likely already know the results of the New Hampshire caucus. At the moment that I’m writing this, I do not know the results of the caucus and I have no idea how Saturday night’s debate…
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The Authentic Perspective

Thursday, February 11th, 2016

Almost anything can be found on the internet, and that includes free music. Yes, the illegal kind. But many do it, regardless of legality. Why spend a couple dollars on a song or an album if you can take a couple minutes to download it to your computer or phone?…
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The No-Filter Post

Thursday, February 11th, 2016

As technology continues to advance so does our access to information. If you don’t know what the word cacophony means, you Google it. If you don’t know who the seventh President of the United States is, you Google it. If you want to find the best Chinese food restaurant near…
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The Xavierite is Looking for Contributors

Wednesday, February 3rd, 2016

Currently, The Xavierite is looking for people to contribute. As always, we appreciate anyone and everyone who wants to write for the paper and welcome people to try tthis great learning experience. Prior experience is not required, but is an added bonus. If you are interested, feel free to contact…
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The Crusader of Sanity

Wednesday, February 3rd, 2016

The Iowa caucuses happened this week with some interesting results. Let’s dissect those for a second and evaluate the presidential field moving forward. Why don’t we start with the most interesting, most crowded and loudest group in the scrum this election cycle…. Republicans Well, Donald Trump lost in Iowa. I…
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The No-Filter Post

Wednesday, February 3rd, 2016

Believe it or not, the flu is a serious disease that can vary in extremity. Depending on the person, they can react to the disease differently. According to the Center for Disease Control and Prevention, between 1976 and 2007 an estimated 3,000 to around 49,000 deaths occur a year because…
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T.G.I.F. Thank God It’s Farewell

Wednesday, February 3rd, 2016

It is the end of an era- American Idol is coming to an end. Season 15, also called the Farewell Season, premiered on January 6.  Like many people, I have not watched American Idol in a long time. I actually had to Google when this season started! American Idol premiered…
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The Xavierite is Looking for Contributors

Wednesday, January 27th, 2016

Currently, The Xavierite is looking for people to contribute. As always, we appreciate anyone and everyone who wants to write for the paper and welcome people to try tthis great learning experience. Prior experience is not required, but is an added bonus. If you are interested, feel free to contact…
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The Crusader of Sanity

Wednesday, January 27th, 2016

Donald Trump is depressingly still around. For some really strange reason he decided to stand behind Sarah Palin as she rambled incessantly at a podium endorsing him. As much as I understand that Trump is a media tramp and by my estimation something of a narcissist and several four letter…
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The No-Filter Post

Wednesday, January 27th, 2016

Since my first day of classes here at SXU, we were introduced to Canvas, the online “grade book” that professors use to post grades, assignments, and files. Since my time here at SXU, I have used canvas for many things, including contacting my professors or peers, creating group pages to…
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