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Campus Reflects on iPad Value

By Catherine Collins Freshmen Sarah Tapscott, Olivia Kibbe, and Karley Reigel look at an iPad. Photo by Elaheh Eghbal Five weeks into the pilot year for the iPad program, there are varying opinions on the technology’s place in a classroom. While some freshman students and professors have tried to incorporate the iPad into their academic […]

Cross Country Blazers Compete in Delaware

By Demetrius Young Photo Courtesy of Hood Athletics  TheHoodCollege men’s and women’s cross country team participated in an event on Saturday Sept. 17 at White Clay Creek State Park inDelaware.  The meet featured competitors from all three NCAA divisions, University of Mississippi, George Mason University,Seton Hall University and hostUniversity of Delaware. The event consisted of […]

From the Archives

“From the Archives” appears in every issue of The Blue and Grey. On the left is an article from the back issues of The Blue and Grey, and on the right is a present day analysis from one of our staff reporters. This column highlights the historical value of our publication and links the past […]

Economy is Not The Only Issue

By Krysta Wagner The future looks bright for the Republican party as the state of the economy and the passage of national healthcare have encouraged voters to look for new leadership. The GOP candidates have seized on these issues in an effort to present themselves as the solution to the problems theUnited States currently faces.  […]

Comparing GOP Nominees

By Lindsay Cogdill The Republican presidential nominees are engaging in a game we all remember from the middle school lunchroom: one-upping.  They’re trying to out-conservative each other.  As soon as one claims their position, another speaks up trying to prove that they are the real conservative that America wants. As an American, I want to […]

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