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Donald Trump’s cabinet picks spark heated debate, as they should

Donald Trump has built a cabinet fueled by billionaires, corporate interests, lobbying ties and questionable commentary. After multiple members were confirmed, some have expressed confusion as to how these picks are helping “drain the swamp.” Trump has nominated 13 people with corporate ties, 12 people who were major campaign donors ...

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Black history is American history

Stop saying we need to get rid of Black History Month when white history happens every day. While in school, all we are forced to read about is how America was created and how “amazing” it is. They tell us our Founding Fathers cared about all Americans, but did they ...

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Letter To The Editor

> Terra Neblett I have many issues with this poorly published opinion piece. The author quoted this to be in Depression era, but the math doesn’t add up for his claim, not only is it quoted in the play “I haven’t planted corn in that field since 1935” and “I haven’t ...

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With feminism, we come together, not fall apart

All women should be feminists. According to the Merriam-Webster Dictionary, feminism is defined as “the theory of the political, economic and social equality of the sexes.” Today, however, different definitions of feminism have surfaced throughout society. The multiple viewpoints of what feminism is and is not leads some women to ...

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INKED: Tattoos show personality not work ethic

Tattoos should not dictate whether a hiring manager says “yes” or “no.” Someone might get a tattoo for a number of reasons. Sometimes it is a split-second decision, an image chosen based off something the person saw and liked. Perhaps the person wants to get a tattoo to commemorate an ...

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Counseling Services offers essential help

More students should be aware of just how useful student counseling services are when facing mental health issues. Every student at one point or another has had something in their life that began to negatively affect their ability to focus and do well in school. Whether it is some part ...

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