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Decreased weekend library hours hurt some students

The weekend library hours could negatively affect students’ study habits and grades. The Woodward Library is currently open from 7 a.m. to 2 a.m. Monday through Thursday. On Friday, the hours go from 19 hours to 12 hours. On Saturday and Sunday the library is only open for eight hours. ...

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Trump brings change of status quo to White House

In Donald Trump’s America, the country as a whole will be the focus. With Trump in office, U.S. immigration laws will be enforced and the government will work on securing the borders. Illegal aliens already residing in the country and those who wish to enter will have to go through ...

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Change of pace: The case for Donald Trump

Americans should elect Donald Trump because he is not a politician, which will allow for new ideas and voices in the White House. The 2016 presidential election has been viewed as a joke across the world. When the last two candidates turned out to be Trump and Hillary Clinton, the ...

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Precautions, screenings vital to combat breast cancer

Breast cancer is no laughing matter and every woman should do what she can to help prevent and detect it early on. October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month and everyone should be more aware of what this disease is and what measures can be taken to detect it early on ...

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Pads, tampons should not be taxed as luxury items

If toilet paper is not a luxury, pads and tampons should not be either. People have periods for around 38 years of their lives and no control over it. Feminine hygiene products like pads and tampons are a necessity, and yet 40 states tax them as luxury items, according to Upworthy. ...

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#Peaylection16: You Are Not Who You Vote For

In an election with such drastically different candidates, voting is crucial and no voter should be judged based on who they vote for. Voting is important because every vote helps to decide the direction the country will go toward. In the Republican and Democratic parties, many people feel very strongly ...

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