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Arizona Republican Debate Showcases Front-Runners

by Amelia Kovacevich Online Content Editor Mitt Romney and Rick Santorum fought it out on CNN’s Arizona Republican debate Wednesday night, but Romney came out victorious at what will probably be the last debate in the primary season. Romney, Santorum, Texas congressman Ron Paul and former House speaker Newt Gingrich answered questions from host John King […]

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Scoutmob: A New Way To Coupon or a Ripoff?

coutMob is a downloadable mobile app that brings local deals to your fingertips. I recently had a chance to take a stab at it when I went to dine out with friends at Decatur’s own Noodle. And I must say my experience using the app was not what I expected it to be. The deal available was 50% off your meal at Noodle. Who wouldn’t want that? But looks can be deceiving. The deal listed was only for dine in orders, which would suck if I was trying to take it home, fortunately I wasn’t. The app also neglected to tell me I could only use one coupon per table despite the fact we all agreed to pay separately. Lastly, the app added its own gratuity to make sure the waiter received his tip, which kind of sucked because I felt it over-tipped his crappy service. So the question is does this app in my opinion fail or pass?

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Interior of the Dekalb Farmers Market

Your Dekalb Farmers Market Fosters Global Connectivity

he search is over, the best food in Atlanta has been found. The freshest most diverse array of colorful produce, pasteries like you would find in pâtisseries in France, and a buffet-style assortment of dishes from around the world that are available by the pound for lunch or dinner can all be found at Your Dekalb Farmers Market. Not only is this low-priced, high quality market 5 minutes from the main loop at Agnes Scott College, but it is one of the largest employers of local refugees in the city. YDFM’s commitment to supporting the large refugee community in Decatur, GA is what sets this foodie-paradise apart from the rest.

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Why one should always have a sturdy suitcase

Anna Cabe, online content editor for The Profile, is studying abroad at the University of Strathclyde in Glasgow, UK, for the spring semester. Her study abroad blog, Anna Adventures Abroad, will be syndicated on The Profile website.  by Anna Cabe Online Content Editor  So I made it to Scotland! Besides the jet lag and the […]

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