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A new chapter in textbook tribulations

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Taylor Nigrelli Sports Editor There I sat, two days before the spring semester was set to begin, staring at a list of required textbooks. As a journalism and mass communication major, I admittedly spend far less money on books than a business or science major would. And I’ve been around the textbook block before. I’ve…

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Writing section on SATs needs to count

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By Mary Best Opinion and Advisory Editor  My younger sister and I are experiencing our senior years together — hers in high school, mine at Bona’s. While the nerves that come with joining “the real world” surround my everyday activities, fighting the injustice of standardized testing surrounds hers. The dreaded Scholastic Assessment Test, or SAT,…

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Campus reveals All Bonaventure Reads book

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By Matthew Laurrie Assistant Features Editor Freshman checklist: finalize room assignment information, get dorm necessities, buy school supplies and read the All Bonaventure Reads (ABR) selection. At the end of August, a new pack of Bonnies will pour into St. Bonaventure and each will be expected to have read “In the Sanctuary of Outcasts,” the…

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Readership Program lives on as print newspapers decrease

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By Heather Monahan Staff Writer It’s no question technology is moving forward at a rapid pace. It is providing the public many advantages, but it could also be the cause of drawing the age of newspapers to an end. Strategically located across campus, students can find USA Today, The Buffalo News and The New York…

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Poet enlightens audience with words of wisdom

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By Elizabeth Pray Staff Writer “When you go to places, the things you are supposed to see are not what stay with you.” Peter Makuck said these words while onstage at the Garret Theater Wednesday night discussing how the small details on a trip can become the unexpected details of a poem. Makuck, a nationally…

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