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The aftermath of the heated 2018 midterm elections

Midterm elections shape this country’s politics for the next two years. While one may not be voting for the president directly it is basically voting for the people who will support or oppose him. According to the New York Times, this year’s midterms set record highs as we saw more ...

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100th anniversary of World War I

We honor our servicemen and servicewomen on Veterans Day. We see green lights being put up in homes and see parades in towns, and it really shows our gratitude towards veterans because they protected our freedom and rights. Of course, we should honor them every day, including our family members ...

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Walking through life on the spectrum

College is a new experience for students especially those with autism. It can be exciting, scary or both. Having to be away from the comfort zone they call home is hard even if the students live in dorms. College carries the expectation to do scholarly work and it can be ...

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Potholes continue to spook drivers

The weather is changing which brings us into the pothole formation season. Rain, sleet and snow frequently wash out areas of roads and poses threats to drivers. The stress of cars across the pavement loosens the cement, causing it to crack and crumble. Damages to vehicles can include blown tires, ...

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One step back

Earlier this year, a transgender teen committed suicide. She wrote about losing hope and seeing no way out of her wrong body. This teenager had a fully supportive mother who helped her with starting hormone treatments and incorporating more feminine elements into her life. Despite the support and proactive steps ...

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Voter disinterest amongst youth

Midterm election day is coming up as it is time to vote for U.S. legislatures. As for the eager voters, it is exciting, but for others, it is not as exciting as it seems. Voting today has become something that some people would try to avoid especially the youth. It ...

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