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  • February 13, 2012

Feed the poor — Eat the rich

President Barack Obama’s words at the National Prayer Breakfast Feb. 2, “for unto whom much is given, much shall be

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  • February 13, 2012

Baseball’s obsession with Moneyball

When it comes to baseball, there have always been and always will be stat geeks. Since its beginnings, the sport

An illustration with a fallen pillar labeled EDUCATION fallen on the ground, several black birds picking on books and graduation cap and certificate, a broken clock with hands stopped at just before midnight, a devilish looking red monkey sitting on top of a pile of text book, and a To-do list with Stress-out and Bake pie checked off but graduation and plan future unchecked.
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  • November 20, 2011

College: A grueling battle against time

One year is a long time. It is enough to change us, give us room to grow and hopefully move

Protestors on the street carrying hand written signs such as "End the FED" and "Respect existence or expect resistance". One protestor was carrying a microphone loudspeaker.
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  • November 20, 2011

The American dream deferred

The American Dream has been the greatest cultural myth, underlying idea, and tradition behind the United States since its revolutionary

A big crowd of protesters and a group of policemen at opposite side of a road barrier.
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  • November 20, 2011

Occupying power

Despite all efforts to control thought and manufacture consent, our cultural dissidence survives. Skepticism toward power has grown, and attitudes

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  • November 20, 2011

Opinion: Adam Sandler

Adam Sandler has one of the most profitable companies in show business, Happy Madison Productions, so why does he feel

Cutout of coach Joe Paterno's photo on foreground with a big crowd of Penn State University students riots at nighta the background.
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  • November 20, 2011

Opinion: Misplaced aggression

What happened to morality in this generation? The world of instant gratification we live in has contributed to increased impulsiveness.

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Opinion: Airport security

It was just one of those surreal moments, you know? “I’m going to use the backside of my hands on

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On the road to being better journalists

A trip to Orlando brings our staff closer to each other, our school, and our cause. What happens when you

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Careless Whisper

A Texas student’s quiet remarks about homosexuality spark controversy. All it took was one phrase, but it was enough to