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Hurricane Maria: one year later

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Hurricane Maria, regarded by CNN,  is the “deadliest natural disaster to hit Puerto Rico.” This is also being noted as the third costliest Atlantic hurricane totaling a massive $91.6 billion in damage. President Trump had a stark contradiction when he commented that only 16 people had died; that this was ...

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Rapid growth affects campus dining

APSU is not coming up with new food options for students. When living on campus, it is important for students to have a good meal but there has been limits. The problem is that there is not enough variety of food places for students and it can be hard to find ...

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Left Out of #MeToo

Sexual assault and rape is buzzing in news and social media over the last year. The terms such as the #MeToo Movement and the accused movie producer, Harvey Weinstein and USA Gymnastics national team doctor, Larry Nassar. Weinstein has been accused of decades of sexual abuse. Nassar is a convicted pedophile ...

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Understanding Colin

On Aug. 26, 2016, the San Francisco 49ers were set to play the Green Bay Packers in a preseason National Football League game. It later turned out to be the spark of a very powerful campaign. NFLFemale.com’s Jennifer Lee Chan snapped a photo of the 49ers quarterback, Colin Kaepernick, sitting ...

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Baby Boomers v. Millennials

The older generation has been at the younger generation’s throat for centuries. Older generations have always viewed the younger as inexperienced and clueless; some would even go as far as stating that the younger generation is just down right ignorant. The attitudes have not changed, the actions have. Baby boomers, ...

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Modern Day Slavery

Americans can never agree on if this U.S justice system is broken. The justice system is not broken it is fixed. American justice is a biased race-based system, where minorities are oppressed. African-Americans, are a people who are jailed more often than any other race in the country. It is ...

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