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Internet sales tax legislation hurts small Internet retailers

Chioma Iheoma, Opinion Editor

April 26, 2013

Filed under Op-Ed, Perspectives

Buying the latest knick-knack off of Wanelo may become a little more expensive soon.  The House of Representatives is preparing to vote on legislature that would mandate the payment of sales tax on Internet purchases.  This l...

March Report Card: The Patriot turns the tables by grading the school on today’s issues

Rebecca Driver, Copy Editor

March 22, 2013

Filed under Op-Ed, Perspectives, Uncategorized

We’d like to put a ring on ring events JC should be proud of the way it conducts ring events.  Other schools simply send students their rings in the mail, or have them pick them up in the cafeteria, which fails to get kids ...

New courses should be publicly announced

Brianna Glase, Online Chief

March 20, 2013

Filed under Op-Ed, Perspectives

As a student is sitting down in his guidance counselor’s office ready to lock in his courses for next year, he is handed a list with filled with classes like Introduction to Architecture, Robotics, and Introduction to Engineering...

Dorms flawed by lack of planning

March 4, 2013

Filed under Op-Ed, Perspectives

In a perfect world, JC would be able to offer dorm living for international students and wouldn’t have to worry about liability issues, dorm parents, and weekly itineraries. Unfortunately, having dorms for JC’s internation...

February Report Card: The Patriot turns the tables by grading the school on today’s issues

Chioma Iheoma, Opinion Editor

February 20, 2013

Filed under Op-Ed, Perspectives

Yes, drugs are bad “Hugs not drugs.” How many times can elementary phrases such of this be repeated to the ears of bored teenagers? The best way to ward teens away from drugs is to make the side effects of drugs more pe...

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