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Do not worry about resolutions; take care of yourself

“New year, new me,” right? It seems kind of unrealistic to expect much to change overnight, but that should not discourage us from wanting to work on ourselves. As the end of the year approaches, we start promising ourselves next year we will be different and we will be better. ...

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Weed better not: Marijuana should remain criminal

Marijuana, no matter how common its use may be, should remain illegal to possess and use. The case for marijuana has been an extensive one. Most people have rather distinct feelings on the subject, saying it either should or should not be criminal. Many who believe it should be decriminalized ...

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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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Online classes hit or miss for students compared to traditional, face-to-face classes

Online classes may provide a convenience for students that traditional classrooms just cannot match, but the quality of the learning experience is a completely different story. Taking an online class is a big commitment, and demands a great deal of self-motivation. Professor Jake Lowary, who teaches an online News Reporting ...

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Can we all get along?

Going to class on Wednesday after the election was the weirdest experience I have ever had. It was eerily silent, almost like no one dared to talk about the election out loud or risk getting into a shouting match with someone who secretly supported Trump but otherwise remained silent out ...

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