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Your vote matters

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As we roll on through October and straight into November, the weather gets cooler, the Uggs start coming out, and  the election is upon us. Now, I am pretty sure everyone has been keeping up with this whirlwind of a election; whether it be through Hillary and Donald arguing through ...

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Things that deserve more hype: Part 1

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The Get Down deserves way more recognition and way more hype. Like way more. Everyone hypes up Stranger Things and Jessica Jones and all these white-based TV shows that we have been watching nearly since TV was invented, but here we have a show that actually has a diverse cast ...

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It was all a dream…nah, it’s all reality

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It has been three weeks since the shooting deaths of Terence Crutcher of Oklahoma and Keith Lamont Scott of Charlotte. In this time frame, the police officer who murdered Crutcher has been charged and acquitted of first degree manslaughter. In reaction to the police brutality, nine-year-old Zianna Oliphant, stood up in ...

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Colin Kaepernick: Fighting the power one kneel at a time

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With this blog post, I am here to talk about something that I am very passionate about, that I feel needs some discussion. I have considered the backlash that I may get from this post, but honestly, if you don’t like it, then don’t read it. Simple as that. Colin Kaepernick. I’m ...

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Knowing that there’s something to come

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It’s crazy to think that just a month ago, I was just counting down the days to my arrival on campus. Now that I’m here, I can’t even begin to say how many times I’ve questioned skipping classes to lay in bed a little longer. Then there’s the million dollar ...

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First things first…

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If you finished that sentence with the first verse from Nicki Minaj’s rap in the Kanye West song, “Monster”, give yourself a pat on the back. According to Snapchat, Labor Day marked the end of summer and the start of fall, but Mother Nature is pretty much playing with everybody’s ...

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