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Kickoff guide to the 2020 presidential election

With the presidential election less than a year away, Democrats have come out of the woodworks to run against President Trump in 2020. There has never been a female president nor a Latino president or one that is a member of the LGBTQ+ community. As of Mar. 25, there are ...

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Foot traffic takes over university food court

The ever constant lunch rush continues for students. There have been changes to the setup of the food court that have caused new issues. Things like wait time and noise have become an increasing problem for the students who depend on dining services for their meals. Chick-fil-A was remodeled over ...

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Creative underdogs of Black History Month

When it comes to the black community, people tend to focus on the trendsetters; fashion icons, such as Beyonce or Rihanna, basketball players from Stephen Curry to Lebron James. No one ever seems to put focus on the real underdogs: black creators. They are the underdogs because they are known ...

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Epic vs. EA Battle for the Battle Royale

With the rise of Apex Legends, some gamers are convinced that this battle royale game will be the first in the genre to dethrone Fortnite. This is not the case at least not at this point in time. Fortnite is a massive game that took the worlds by storm in ...

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Black History Month 2019: Hidden figures of literature

Black History Month is 28 days long. In those 28 days, it is the chance to celebrate the achievements that African-Americans have accomplished and are continuing to accomplish each day. African-American literature is not taught in schools. Why is that? It takes stepping foot on a college campus for an ...

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Government pop-up shop

The government shutdown has ended for now. A bill was passed to reopen the government for three weeks in order to figure out funding for a border wall. It began on Dec. 22 and did not end until Friday, Jan. 25 which makes it the longest in United States history ...

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