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Road Rage: It Can Wait

Road Rage: It Can Wait

Morgan Felt, Blogger

September 30, 2015


Filed under Blogs, Showcase

Dear terrible driver, Texting and driving is the leading cause of fatal crashes in the United States and kills almost 3,000 teens each year. Do not text and drive. Actually, let me generalize that for all the teens that will claim that they weren’t specifically “texting and driving.” No snapc...

Something to Think About: The Pope in America

Something to Think About: The Pope in America

Isabel Giovannetti, RHStoday Editor-in-Chief

September 28, 2015


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Everyone loves the Pope. If you own a television or a computer or, actually, ever leave your house, you are probably aware that Pope Francis made a visit to the United States last week. This is a big deal and for a lot of reasons. Here are three: Pope Francis is not just any pope. Th...

Spice it Up: Cream Cheese and Chocolate Monkey Bread

Spice it Up: Cream Cheese and Chocolate Monkey Bread

Ashlea Daniels, Profiles Assistant Editor

September 25, 2015


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I was scrolling through Facebook about two weeks ago and I came across a BuzzFeed video titled "Cream Cheese and Chocolate Monkey Bread." Now, usually I wouldn't sit through and watch an entire video because I don't really have the patience for that, but because they combined two of my favorite things...

Road Rage: Buckle Up Before It’s Too Late

Road Rage: Buckle Up Before It’s Too Late

Morgan Felt, Blogger

September 23, 2015


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Dear terrible driver, Buckling your seat belt takes a total of four seconds extra to do and could save your life. So why wouldn’t you? I can’t comprehend why you wouldn’t just wear it. In my opinion if you can’t make time to complete a task so simple and so vital, then you should NOT be...

Something to Think About: Parties, and Not the Fun Kind

Something to Think About: Parties, and Not the Fun Kind

Isabel Giovannetti, RHStoday-Editor-in-Chief

September 21, 2015


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Political parties. You either love them or you hate them, but our governmental system could not exist without them. Congress relies on the existence of majority and minority parties in order to function. Our elected officials are almost exclusively chosen from our country’s two primary political...

Spice it Up: How to Make Chocolate Chip Cookies with a Twist

Spice it Up: How to Make Chocolate Chip Cookies with a Twist

Michelle Aros, Staff Writer

September 18, 2015


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Everyone has eaten an ordinary chocolate chip cookie, but not many have eaten an Oreo stuffed chocolate chip cookie. The regular chocolate chip cookie is traditional and tasted around the world with simple variations, but none as unheard of as the one and only Oreo stuffed cookie. I feel that sometimes...

Road Rage: Keep Your Distance

Road Rage: Keep Your Distance

Morgan Felt, Blogger

September 16, 2015


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Dear terrible driver, Tailgating? Seriously? Why do you feel the need to be so close to the back of my car? I really don’t understand. If I use my brakes and have to come to a sudden stop wouldn’t you rather NOT slam into the back of my car!?? While I was taking the online driving course I...

Something to Think About: Bernie Sanders’ Hair

Something to Think About: Bernie Sanders’ Hair

Isabel Giovannetti, RHStoday Editor-in-Chief

September 14, 2015


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Bernie Sanders has messy hair. If you look him up on Google, almost all of the images show him with his disheveled white hair, pointing at someone, looking like he’s about to say something important. It’s part of his identity, the first thing that people notice when they look at him. And...

Spice it Up: How to Elevate a Grilled Cheese

Spice it Up: How to Elevate a Grilled Cheese

Ashlea Daniels, Staff Writer

September 11, 2015


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Making a grilled cheese is a pretty basic step where almost anyone can start cooking for the first time. There's also always the people that jump right in to cooking like I did, but grilled cheese is a good start for even the worst of cooks. I'd never thought that I'd contemplate differences in...

Road Rage: Turn Signals Exist for a Reason

Road Rage: Turn Signals Exist for a Reason

Morgan Felt, Blogger

September 9, 2015


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Morgan Felt ('17) has been driving on her own for almost a year now. Over that time, she has developed quite a few pet peeves regarding the behavior of other drivers. She shares her road rage here in the hopes that maybe, just maybe, someone out there will read it and stop being a vehicular menace. ...

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