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Higher education means higher debt

Higher education is much too expensive for students and it is crushing their futures. Any college student is painfully aware that higher learning is not just about learning. Colleges and universities often run more like businesses than places of learning. This is the reason many campuses focus more on profit ...

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Working toward equality

There is no such thing as being an ally to any group. There is being a decent human being and pushing for equality no matter what happens. By admitting that biases exist, people can begin to see the world in a different way. Everyone is influenced by racism in this society, ...

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Government pop-up shop

The government shutdown has ended for now. A bill was passed to reopen the government for three weeks in order to figure out funding for a border wall. It began on Dec. 22 and did not end until Friday, Jan. 25 which makes it the longest in United States history ...

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Now Playing: Movies in 1999

What do you remember about your childhood? Maybe you remember playing games on Windows 98 or having VHS tapes of movies you had watched repeatedly. It was not easy though as you had to wait for the movie to rewind itself back to the beginning or maybe you tuned in ...

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Women’s March 2019

This previous weekend thousands gathered across the country to advocate for women’s rights and racial equality. On Jan. 19, 2019, the Women’s March drew around 1,000 people to their cause in Nashville, Tennessee, even after the controversy has rocked the organizers. The Women’s March Washington was the main march. The ...

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