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Top 6: deals at the Tanger Outlet Mall

Last November, there was a mad rush to the new Tanger Outlet Mall to stock up on super-sales and the hype hasn’t died down. It’s still difficult to find parking and the breezeways between stores can get crowded, but the outlets are worth a second look. Here are the six best deals at Tanger Outlets … Continue reading

Lecturer on controversial art offers other options for interpretation

Mysoon Rizk, an associate professor of Art History at the University of Toledo spoke about the artist David Wojnarowicz and his controversial art video “A Fire in My Belly” Tuesday night in Yeager Recital Hall. Wojnarowicz was a mixed-media performance artist who lived and worked in New York City in the 1980’s until his death … Continue reading

How to: pack lightly and efficiently

Whether you’re flying out to Cancun or spending the week back home in Des Moines, spring break is a welcome relief from the stresses of college. Regardless of the destination, though, everyone needs a quick and efficient way to pack clothes. 1. Start with tops and T-shirts Take the most delicate and easily wrinkled items … Continue reading

‘Swim to Florida’ pushes off to a strong start

here’s no overland swimming route from Elon, N.C., to Jupiter, Fla. There’s no 600-plus mile-long waterway that cuts swaths from South Carolina and Georgia to the peninsula. Despite what seems like an insurmountable obstacle, this setback won’t stop Elon University students from going the distance. Like U-Swim in the fall, in which students can choose … Continue reading

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