Opinion

Our Students’ Feelings About Trump

February 7, 2017 Melissa Rosman 0

Andrew Speers, Contributing Writer |

College campuses around the country have erupted in protests regarding the election and subsequent inauguration of Donald Trump as the 45th President of the United …

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Why I Voted For Teachout

September 17, 2014 Adia 0

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Cady Sharp Kuzmich
Editor in Chief

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I voted for Zephyr Teachout in the Democratic Primary on September 9. Anyone following the election could have told you her chances of …

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Opinion

The Supreme Court and You

April 30, 2014 Adia 0

John Mahon, Contributing Writer

Did you know that the Supreme Court just reduced your voices and the voice of millions of other students in our democracy? They have opened the …

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Opinion

Adapting to Common Core

April 23, 2014 Adia 0

Ryan Michel, Contributing Writer

On April 19 it was announced that a large number of representatives in the Republican Party are now speaking out against the Common Core education standards, …

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Opinion

Things Left Unsaid in the Address

February 5, 2014 Adia 0

Terrance McLeod, Staff Writer
On January 28, President Obama gave his fifth State of the Union address. This year’s speech was very similar to the past four speeches the President …

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Opinion

Occupy Do’s and Don’t’s

November 4, 2011 Kate Koenig 0

Pat Cutty, Staff Writer

To the Occupy movement:
I respect your cause. I finally see people getting angry at the right people- the bankers, investors and philandering gamblers on Wall …