Larissa Klein

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Live, take on debt

It's here again — the best and worst time of year — summer. If you are like me, you love the weather, the extra time on your hands and the fact that ...

Students learn from mistakes

With April waning and final exam season approaching, those who worked hard all semester are getting burnt-out and those who procrastinated all semester ...

Culture of obscene expanding

How much is too much? This is an inquiry we reserve for only a few key decisions, like the number of credits to pile on for a semester. It rarely comes ...




Good grammar, good graces

Everyday the proverbial naughty and nice list is growing. This is not a reference to Santa's famed inventory of children but rather, the positives and ...

From excuses to practical uses

It's here. The signs are everywhere: Santa is at the mall and you're in search of some Adderall. The end of the semester stress of papers, group projects ...

If you write it, they will read

The column is just the lucky piece of print that has managed to find its way onto the back of the Diversions page. On days when the crossword puzzle gets ...

Quarter-life crisis hits hard

I could practically be a middle-aged, overweight and balding man on his first poorly rationalized venture into a motorcycle shop — or at least I feel ...


Computers are not people

I think we can finally admit it is coming: the impending event referred to by some affectionately and others callously as the "virtual revolution." It ...

Computers are not people

I think we can finally admit it is coming: the impending event referred to by some affectionately and others callously as the "virtual revolution." It ...


New interns join job market

With the condition of the economy today, even as unemployed college students, we seem to be in a rather advantageous position. The pressure to find a ...

Becoming "recession-ista"

Whereas the gossip in most Central New Jersey Parent Teacher Association meetings may have long been about vacations, hair stylists and shoes, suburb ...


A word to the wise that applies

I am a complete advocate for thinking for yourself but there is something to be said for doing what you are told. You never know when the lucky numbers ...

The temptations of litigation

President Barack Obama spoke of the first bill he signed into law, the Lilly Ledbetter Fair Pay Act, as "a clear message that making our economy work ...


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Qassam rockets launched from the Gaza strip into Sderot, Israel line the shelves of the city's police department. After being retrieved from landing sites the metal remains are catalogued and added to the collection - amassed over the past seven years.

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