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O'Loughlin--Emily (Student--2008)

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51 Love potion research raises questions
O'Loughlin--Emily (Student--2008)
Northern Iowan 105:35, p.5
2/13/2009 Believes that the use of love potions seems to be a betrayal of self and another person. The use of hormones to attract the opposite sex reveals a lack of confidence in oneself.
52 Phoning home
O'Loughlin--Emily (Student--2008)
Northern Iowan 105:33, p.7
2/6/2009 Parents do worry if their son or daughter fails to call following a return trip to campus.
53 The wonders of a home-cooked meal
O'Loughlin--Emily (Student--2008)
Northern Iowan 105:31, p.3
1/30/2009 Relaxing with family during a meal is important. There is less noise, no rush to head off to class, and no nasty weather conditions. Taking advantage of the Dashes meals on campus does allow eating in your room or other buildings.
54 Books, books, books
O'Loughlin--Emily (Student--2008)
Northern Iowan 105:28, p.6
1/16/2009 Even fiction books allow people to learn. Many of the wars in fiction books begin with intolerances and misunderstanding. The author vows to become more tolerant in her dealings with others.
55 Testing a lack of knowledge
O'Loughlin--Emily (Student--2008)
Northern Iowan 105:25, p.5
12/5/2008 Saddened by lack of knowledge about important geographical and historical facts; blames studying for standardized tests for part of the problem.
56 Confused by book banning
O'Loughlin--Emily (Student--2008)
Northern Iowan 105:20, p.4
11/7/2008 People seeking to ban books, due to language or ideas such as magic or violence, are usually concerned about the negative impact on children. These people do not realize that these books can also have a positive effect on children.
57 The history of Halloween includes many traditions
O'Loughlin--Emily (Student--2008)
Northern Iowan 105:18, p.6
10/31/2008 Pumpkin carving, costumes, and trick or treating are all part of Halloween. The origins of Halloween and some other traditions mentioned.
58 Vanishing farmland bodes ill for the future
O'Loughlin--Emily (Student--2008)
Northern Iowan 105:16, p.6
10/25/2008 Believes that good farmland needs to be protected from urban development, so that it may be used for food production and biofuels. Building without planning changes our environment; photo.
59 Autumn: leaves or litter?
O'Loughlin--Emily (Student--2008)
Northern Iowan 105:13, p.7
10/14/2008 Trash is a very unbecoming sight in yards, along streets and highways, or on our campus.
60 A new way to 'read'
O'Loughlin--Emily (Student--2008)
Northern Iowan 105:9, p.9
9/30/2008 Audio books serve as an alternative to the radio, CDs, and MP3 players for the drive home.
61 Evils of caffeine
O'Loughlin--Emily (Student--2008)
Northern Iowan 105:6, p.7
9/19/2008 Caffeine is a commonplace drug. The best known effect is stimulating the brain. Caffeine also works as an appetite suppressant and has a dehydrating effect.
62 Different, but fun
O'Loughlin--Emily (Student--2008)
Northern Iowan 105:2, p.8
9/5/2008 Medieval clothing, weapons, jewelry, and pottery are some of the items available from vendors. Performers of all kinds give shows throughout the day.


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