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The Real World

Capers Middleton, Peace Times Staff

February 26, 2014

Filed under Opinion

It's hard to believe that only one week ago the Triangle area had a massive snow storm, and yet we are only a few weeks away from graduation. With thousands of graduates about to enter the job market, it's time to take pause and...

What are you thankful for?

Molly Renegar, Peace Times Writer

November 19, 2013

Filed under Opinion

Thanksgiving is right around the corner, therefore I felt it was appropriate to see what people are giving thanks for this year. Here's what some locals told me they were thankful for: · “Friends and family”-Mandy Cahill ·...

Cost for Elderly Care

Christina Hawes, Peace Times Writer

November 4, 2013

Filed under Opinion

Life expectancy has doubled in the past 150 years.  According  to a demographic life expectancy chart from Berkley’s web page, On  average in the 1900’s Americans both male and female lived between the ages of 46-48 years...

WPU’s Haunted House?

WPU’s Haunted House?

October 17, 2013

Restaurant review: Armadillo Grill

Madisyn Fecko, Peace Times Writer

October 4, 2013

Filed under Opinion

I could swim in queso. I swear, Mexican food makes me weak. Armadillo Grill, located conveniently close to Peace on Glenwood Avenue hands down provides the best queso in town. The restaurant provides a quick sit down meal...

Restaurant review: The OC

Sheri Hill, Peace Times Writer

October 4, 2013

Filed under Opinion

Looking for somewhere to watch the big game that isn’t too overpriced, with great deals? Well, look no further because it sounds like you need to head over to The OC Bar and Grill on Oberlin Road. The OC is not just for the...

“It’s a beautiful campus from afar”

Raimee Vines, Peace Times Writer

October 2, 2013

Filed under Opinion

“It’s a beautiful campus from afar, but some work definitely needs to be done,” says Maya Bryant, 18, who attends her first year at William Peace University. Students like Bryant are complaining as they walk around campus...

Wolf Creek commute is a financial drain

Sara Johnson, Peace Times Writer

October 2, 2013

Filed under Opinion

The commute to Wolf Creek from/to Peace is taxing on many students at William Peace University. Some students choose to commute from home or from apartments near Peace which is great, but Wolf Creek occupants did not choose...

December Grads Deserve a Ceremony

Anna Thompson, Peace Times Staff

September 26, 2013

Filed under Opinion

Every May, students of William Peace University get a graduation ceremony full of music, refreshments, and guest speakers. What about those Seniors who graduate in December? They are left with making the decision of not having...

Is WPU’s size affecting the best thing about Peace?

Sara Johnson, Peace Times Writer

September 17, 2013

Filed under Opinion

William Peace University is known for being a private university with a goal of providing a welcoming, energizing and personal environment where students can learn and educate themselves with the comfort and assurance that when...

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