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#Peaylection16: You Are Not Who You Vote For

In an election with such drastically different candidates, voting is crucial and no voter should be judged based on who they vote for. Voting is important because every vote helps to decide the direction the country will go toward. In the Republican and Democratic parties, many people feel very strongly ...

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Greek life benefits campus

Many people question the relevancy of Greek life, but it is ultimately relavent to most colleges. Sororities and fraternities are a long-standing college tradition. Many students, however, may have mixed emotions on their relevancy. The question to be asked, then: Are fraternities and sororities important to colleges? Being an outsider ...

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Understanding differences is better than being colorblind

The difference between “colorblindness” and understanding other races is just that: understanding. When people ignore differences, it is almost as bad as refusing to accept them. Martin Luther King, Jr., once said, “I have a dream that my four little children will one day live in a nation where they ...

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If you ink, your career will sink

Getting permanent tattoos is a risky move that should avoided, as it will affect a person’s future success in the employment world. Tattoos are a type of body art that can express a person’s originality and show their personality. However, seen in the eyes of employers, tattoos are viewed as ...

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Latino stereotypes attacked in ‘Yo Soy Latina’ production

» By Linda Sapp –lsapp@my.apsu.edu According to Daisy Torres, Coordinator of the Hispanic Cultural Center, the play “Yo Soy Latina,” was only one part of this month’s diversity series. Both Cultural Heritage month and “Yo Soy Latina” strive to offer different perspectives of what it means to be Latino. Torres ...

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