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College Should Be Free

Kelsey Story | Staff Writer Going to college can be an exciting experience, but it is also expensive. One of the challenges that college students, even incoming freshmen, face today is expensive tuition. Some colleges are so expensive they can be unaffordable for students looking for a decent education. According ...

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We are numbing ourselves

I had the same reaction as many around me when I heard that another mass shooting had taken place in Florida on Wednesday, Feb. 14. I had the same reaction when I heard that the blood of 17 victims, aged 14-49, had been spilled in a normal everyday high school, ...

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Friends are worth the patience

Kelsey Story | Contributing Writer When people go through difficult times, it is most likely their friends are there for them and support them. However, there are times when friendships can be pushed to the edge when dealing with a larger issue. This can be true with friends suffering with ...

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You have to prioritize yourself

The Depression and Bipolar Support Alliance states that “Major depressive disorder affects approximately 14.8 million American adults, or about 6.7 percent of the U.S. population age 18 or older, in each year.” Mental health is not a surprising concept in 2018, and many people find themselves suffering with these things ...

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CEO’s salaries have rationale

The typical American today believes that a CEO is paid too much for the work they do. They hear stories about the 1 percent twiddling their thumbs at work and getting loads of extra money they do not deserve. Though the reasons can be hard for the average citizen to ...

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Celebrate love without Valentine’s

Valentine’s Day, a day of love and heart-shaped decorations, happens once a year, and if it catches you at a time where you are single you find yourself scrambling to find that perfect someone to share it with. Valentine’s Day originally started as a Roman festival that marked the beginning ...

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