The Decaturian

Dr. St. James: What’s it’s been like

Ruby Porter, Writer/Photographer

August 28, 2013

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The 2013-14 school year will bring a lot of changes for students at Millikin University with new faculty members, restructured organizations and new arrangements for events. However, some of these changes have already occurred. Recently,...

A curious bystander: Keeping an eye on Kim Jong-Un

Megan Chrisler

April 30, 2013

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A well-travelled picture in the news depicts Kim Jong-Un at a table surrounded by his generals. Behind him is a map of the United States. It is labeled: “Plan for the strategic forces to target mainland U.S.” When I first...

A curious bystander: thoughts on abortion

Megan Chrisler

April 4, 2013

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North Dakota one-upped Arkansas recently with the strictest abortion-banning bill in the country, according to NPR. Once they detect a heartbeat, a woman can no longer have an abortion, making the chance to abort a fetus as short...

Brutally Honest: Chef, why are you killing me?


Denny Patterson

April 4, 2013

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Have you ever dined in Europe? It’s an experience that will never be forgotten. The exquisite flavors and textures are to be savored; a joyful party for the taste buds. Then you have America…what’s turning rapidly into...

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