Protest Critics Fear Change

Isabel Owens, Opinion and Copy Editor

January 30, 2017

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Anti-protesting laws have currently been proposed in 10 states by senators aiming to increase penalties on protests which “block transportation and commerce, damage property, threaten jobs and put public safety at risk,” accor...

Human Survival Starts with Awareness

Annette Ungermann, Staff Writer

January 17, 2017

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All too often, I stumble across articles that describe another record-breaking season that is leading our environment into greater peril. By having this constant awareness that the world around us is dying, and the animals that...

Current Curriculum Ignores Practical Skills

Ava Mason, Staff Writer

January 12, 2017

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Moving quickly towards adulthood, teenagers such as myself appear severely unprepared for it, showing an alarming deficiency in basic life skills. According to a study written in Daily Mail Magazine, an average of 4 in 5...

Dress Codes Detrimental to Girls Emotional Health

Ava Mason, Staff Writer

January 11, 2017

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School dress codes have become more about ensuring that girls do not disrupt the learning environment for boys than about establishing school identity and maintaining decorum. Although the enforcement of a dress code on...

Modern Feminism Remains Necessity

Annette Ungermann, Staff Writer

January 10, 2017

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The most recent feminist movement, which focuses on promoting and implementing feminist ideas introduced in the late 20th century, is defined as the "3rd wave" of feminism. The 1st wave of feminism began in the late 19th...

Trump’s Student Debt Plan Jeopardizes Equity

Isabel Owens, Opinion and Copy Editor

January 4, 2017

Filed under Opinion

As a soon-to-be college student, the topic of education, particularly student debt, was perhaps of most relevance to me this past election. Though it garnered relatively little national attention (only 4% of adults think educat...

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