Black History Deserves More than a Month
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Black History Deserves More than a Month

Kevin Amaya, Contributor In 1926, Carter G. Woodson and Jesse E. Moreland sponsored Negro History…

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Are grades practical?
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Are grades practical?

Mike Strong, Arts & Living Editor College is one of the most crucial points in…

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Revenge of the sequel
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Revenge of the sequel

Kaitlyn Lewis, Opinion Editor “Star Wars Episode VII: The Force Awakens” will be coming to…

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Honest News
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Honest News

Toni-Ann Hall, Staff Writer Brian Williams is a well-known journalist who is best known for…

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Education for All
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Education for All

Kevin Amaya, Contributor Although I praise the efforts to cover the protest at the University…

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Mimimum Wage Still Doesn’t Pay
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Mimimum Wage Still Doesn’t Pay

Jessica Fisher, Staff Writer The minimum wage as it stands in the United States has…

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Consolidation Culture Shock
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Consolidation Culture Shock

By: Kaitlyn Lewis, Opinion Editor There are at least two sides to every issue; every…

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Codes in Question
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Codes in Question

By: Jessica Fisher, Staff Writer A new semester entails many things: buying and renting textbooks,…

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Counting the cost of free community college
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Counting the cost of free community college

Kaitlyn Lewis, Opinion Editor I’ll admit it: one of the biggest factors that guided my…

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What We Can Learn From Charlie Hebdo
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What We Can Learn From Charlie Hebdo

Kaitlyn Lewis, Opinion Editor Communication is powerful and should require careful consideration. In a world…

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