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‘Peter Pan’ syndrome strikes

As seniors prepare for graduation, many worry about their not-too-distant future in the “real world.” However, studies are showing that the latest generation of 20-somethings, or “emerging adults,” are now taking their time to fall into adult responsibilities — five years longer. If it is difficult to believe young adults are maturing slower than previous generations, just compare the numbers. [more]

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Cans combat national hunger

“Canstruction” is a nationwide competition the citizens of Jackson take part in every year around October to help contribute to the fight against hunger by raising awareness. Organizations in Jackson compete against one another to make the best structure out of canned food. [more]

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Freshmen twins double friends

When walking on campus one might think they are seeing double, but do not worry. It may just be one of the eight new sets of twins enrolled this semester. One set of freshmen twins is Rob Griffith, freshman English and music double major, and his brother, Jay Griffith, English and political science double major. They decided on attending Union separately but now room together with two other men from their hometown of Nashville. [more]