Archive for January, 2016

Interesting Topics for Record Research Papers in Faculty

January 22, 2016 at 7:34 am 0 comments

In America, the diesel-engine has long been the industry’s redheaded stepchild. Preferred in Asia and Europe for fuel-efficiency and its electricity, it has ostensibly been ignored by American buyers. Until now, that is. Chevrolet is smashing into the industry using the Cruze TD in a try to compete with brands such as Volkswagen. Currently a fuel- effective subcompact, the diesel-engine raises government’s addition -appraisal MPG from 39 MPG about the highway around 46 MPG on the freeway. Considering the diesel comes with a 5,000 price but that appears like a little increase.

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January 18, 2016 at 2:12 pm 0 comments

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How to Compose an Exploratory Essay with Sample Reports

January 15, 2016 at 8:57 am 0 comments

Indiana is well-known for basketball competitors, automobile races, and national areas. Their state provides the more expensive cities of South and Indiana Bend, for the smaller towns for example Nashville. Intimate destinations being sought by visitors with an economical cost, wood cabins and Indianapolis motels, bed and breakfast inns present love with discount pricing. Severin Hotel – Indianapolis Located in Indianapolis, the ancient Omni Severin Resort is a huge attribute of the community since 1913.

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Vinyl Records Increase in Popularity Among College Students

January 13, 2016 at 12:09 am 0 comments

History tends to repeat itself. For current college students and other millennials, an older way of listening to music is making a comeback. Vinyl records are becoming more popular with college students each and every day. Vinyl long-playing albums, or LPs, became popular in the early twentieth century. Vinyl LPs remained the most popular form of listening to music until compact discs came along in the 1980s and remained dominant well into the 1990s. With the 2000s, the trend turned digital with mp3 players and iPods. Now, in the 2010s, music streaming services are the popular way of listening to music, but the vinyl revival is occurring at the same time. “It’s an interesting way to reconnect with the past.” says sophomore April Goodman. “Music is timeless. I have a bunch of records from my grandma, so it is a cool way to connect with her.” When asked about theRead More

Philosophers take a hit from Marco Rubio

Philosophers take a hit from Marco Rubio

January 13, 2016 at 12:08 am 0 comments

“We need more welders and less philosophers,”  Republican presidential candidate and Florida state senator, Marco Rubio declared in his opening statement during the economy-focused Republican debate on Nov. 10. This small part of Rubio’s statement has made an impact in the minds of the American public; however, it seems as though it may have been blown out of proportion. “I don’t really see these things as actually being in tension with one another,” said Associate Professor of Philosophy Dr. Margaret Watkins. “I think it was just kind of a throw-away reference to, unfortunately, what a lot of people perceive to be a useless education.” In addition to the direct connection between welders and philosophers being unclear, the level at which he is considering an individual to be a philosopher is also vague. “In its most basic sort of etymological sense, what ‘philosophy’ means is a level of wisdom,” said Watkins.Read More

Bob Bidseye Gives Talk on Vehicle Financing

January 13, 2016 at 12:08 am 0 comments

On Nov. 10, Bob Birdseye ventured to Saint Vincent College to discuss the ins and outs of financing a vehicle. Birdseye, a Slippery Rock University graduate who is currently employed at Dollar Bank in Greensburg, talked about the way finances apply to purchasing vehicles. Birdseye discussed buying a used car instead of a new one and why purchasing a used vehicle is a better decision for recent college graduates. Birdseye also covered car depreciation. He said that many dealerships and private owners attempt to increase the price of a used vehicle. To avoid overpaying, Birdseye recommended checking Kelly Blue Book, a website that gives car shoppers accurate price estimates on different vehicles. Birdseye also suggested having a vehicle checked by a certified mechanic before purchase. “Almost no companies can be trusted when it comes to these sorts of things,” said Birdseye. Birdseye also covered leasing cars. He told students thatRead More

Netflix and Learn

Netflix and Learn

January 13, 2016 at 12:07 am 0 comments

It is no question that Netflix has fundamentally changed how Americans watch TV. The digital streaming company, which first killed video stores, now poses a threat to cable. Netflix monopolized on the new phenomena of binge watching. Rather than watching an episode a week, a whole season can be viewed in a few hours. In order to facilitate such viewing, Netflix began ordering new series with a full two seasons complete rather than testing a one-episode pilot. In addition, the company releases a full season at a time. With the convenience of streaming, as well as increased ability to choose what one watches, it is no wonder that more and more people are opting out of cable. What is most interesting; however, are the series that people choose to watch. Many of the most popular series on Netflix are critically acclaimed, such as “Walking Dead,” “Breaking Bad,” and “Mad Men.”Read More

Bearcat Football finishes season 4-6

Bearcat Football finishes season 4-6

January 13, 2016 at 12:05 am 0 comments

After entering the 2015 season with the hopes of improving on last year’s record, the Saint Vincent Bearcats football team fell short with a record of 4-6. “The season didn’t go exactly the way we wanted it to,” said senior captain David Butler, “but as a team we came close together this year and got better and improved each week.” Such improvement showed when SVC began the season in early September. At the season’s start, the team was full of optimism. The Bearcats had high hopes that they would have an outstanding year following a season in which the team earned their first two victories in as many years. SVC began the season with a home loss to nationally ranked John Carroll University with a final score of 3-23. Although the Bearcats lost the competition, the team improved their play against John Carroll from a year prior, when SVC wasRead More

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Black Friday Sucks the Soul out of the Holidays

January 13, 2016 at 12:05 am 0 comments

Friday, Nov. 27 marks the official start of Black Friday. Many retail stores are opening their doors early for Black Friday shoppers, some as early as 3:00 p.m. Thanksgiving Day. Among the retail stores opening on Thanksgiving are J.C. Penny, Kohl’s, Best Buy, Target and Sears. However, a handful of big name retail stores have protested the pre-Black Friday sales altogether. Lowe’s, T.J. Maxx, Nordstrom and GameStop among others are pledging to stay closed for the holiday. One outdoor retailer is scheduled to remain closed on Black Friday, instead encouraging consumers to spend the day outdoors. Every year, Christmas seems to be starting sooner and sooner. Advertisements for Black Friday and pre-Black Friday sales on television, decorations on street corners and Christmas music playing in stores make it hard to avoid the Christmas mayhem. “I saw Christmas decorations go up before Halloween this year,” said SVC student Jenna Gorsich. “That’sRead More

Bogner Contributes to “Medieval LEGO” Book

January 13, 2016 at 12:04 am 0 comments

Who else remembers spending hours on the floor creating castles, mystical lands and great knights out of LEGOs? These popular children’s toys seem to have more to their function than providing children with the means to make their imagination come to life. Dr. Gilbert M. Bogner, associate professor of history at Saint Vincent College recently contributed to Greyson Beights’ new book, “Medieval LEGO.” This 119-page book depicts the history of medieval England through creative displays of LEGO scenes that are accompanied by scholarly and historically correct narratives and commentaries on figures and events of the time period. “Beights wanted to use the appeal of LEGOs to draw children’s interest to history,” said Bogner. The book is a culmination of contributions from 15 scholars from around the world from the University of Melbourne in Australia to the University of Saint Andrews in Scotland, as well as LEGO designers. In the prefaceRead More