Here are this week's Opinions items from the paper. Any past articles from this section can be found in the corresponding Archives sections.

Concord student enjoys this year's "Spring 007"
By Curtis Kearns, Staff Writer
Date: April 18th, 2007

For those of you who had the opportunity to take part in the Spring Event festivities you noticed something quite different. Unlike homecoming and the classic wax hands and inflatable games, this year's spring event should have been called "Shock and Awe" because of the events.
Vice President Stewart brought out the big guns for Spring 007 with the hope of getting more students involved than ever. I cannot speak for anyone but myself, but I do echo the comments of others when I say this spring event was a smashing success.

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Finally! Studying tips for finals
By Rachel Shelton, Staff Writer
Date: April 18th, 2007

Yet again, it is almost time for the dreaded final exam period. Most students will find this time full of stress and studying. Cramming for exams is like a rite of passage in order to be called a seasoned college student.
For those who have been in school a little longer, exams are just another part of life.
For those who are newer to the college experience, however, finals can be quiet overwhelming. For the students who fall into this category, read on. Here are a few ways to cope with exam time, while keeping your sanity in tact.

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Letter to the Editor
By Letter to the Editor
Date: April 18th, 2007

Dear Editor, Election season is finally over; the campaign machines have ground to a halt. Too often promises end when the campaign does, students are too bogged down in the day to day of Concord University to notice, and those in power are all to quick to forget what it is they said they would do. So here is a recap: Ezekial Keys, Michael Kinder, Brittany Keys, Latoya Edwards, Carmella Thompson, Ryan Blankenship, Akeya Bozeman, and Brad Garner were all elected as senators.

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VT shootings put things in perspective
By Chris Slater, News Editor
Date: April 18th, 2007

I?woke up Monday afternoon (yeah, I?know I'm lazy) not quite knowing what to expect. Mondays are always my "interesting" days, with my Ultimate Frisbee mini course, newspaper staff meeting, and night class; not to mention the Monday night exploits of World Wrestling Entertainment.

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Face of Concord
Alisha Johnson

Name: Alisha Johnson

Hometown: Scarbro, WV

Grade Level: Freshmen

Major: Chemistry

Minor: Social Work

Career Aspiration:
Vet or a social worker

Hobbies: Delta Zeta, Student Support Services

Inspiration: My parent

Soap box: I love the Delta Zeta girls and muscle man!

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