On this day in History: Sept. 27

September 26, 2013 0

By Brittney Corum brittney.corum@franklincollege.edu We look back in history to learn from mistakes. We want there to be less war and violence and for the world to be in a state of harmony. It is Read More

Pro: “Health” obsession among 20-somethings

September 26, 2013 0

By Halie Solea halie.solea@franklincollege.edu It’s not purely speculation when people say Americans are having a health epidemic. We see all sorts of statistics, charts and figures telling us we have a problem, with words like Read More

Indulge your sweet tooth

September 19, 2013 0

By Halie Solea halie.solea@franklincollege.edu If you have not discovered the adorable sweet shop in downtown Franklin – M.W. Wadsworth’s & Co. Fine Chocolates – you’re missing out. When I walked in, I was immediately greeted Read More

Con: Mass Transit System for Indianapolis

September 19, 2013 0

By Brittney Corum brittney.corum@franklincollege.edu For the past year, Indiana lawmakers have been talking about a new transit system that would help expand roads and highways and also provide a high-speed rail line between Hamilton County Read More

Pro: Mass Transit System for Indianapolis

September 19, 2013 1

By Adam Lee adam.lee@franklincollege.edu A new proposal in the Indiana Statehouse has given life to a movement to construct a mass transit system in Indianapolis. The new proposal would use money gained from tax increases Read More

Star Trek sequel better than first

September 19, 2013 0

By Darian Eswine darian.eswine@franklincollege.edu “Star Trek: Into Darkness” was released on DVD early last week to the excitement of trekkies around the country. Unfortunately, those who were expecting hours of special features may be disappointed. Read More

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