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Should Apple Unlock User’s iPhones?

Chris Diver

April 4, 2016

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Following the Islamic Terrorist attack that took place in San Bernardino last December, the FBI has ordered Apple to allow them to access shooter Syed Farook’s iPhone and Apple has refused. The FBI has justified their reasoning...

College classes: Are you a morning or a night person?

Caitlin Husted

March 15, 2016

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Coming into college, most students are used to being up and at school by 8 a.m. or soon after, so when planning college schedules, it seems like a good idea to have class at early in the morning right? For some, yes. For freshman...

Kesha’s Court Case and What It Potentially Means for Victims Everywhere

Alexsenia Ralat

March 15, 2016

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As many of you may already know, Kesha has been going through a very tough time for the past, oh, ten years. If you don’t know, Kesha is currently trying to get out of a six album contract with her music producer, Dr. Luke....

Can Men Be Feminists?

Alexsenia Ralat

March 7, 2016

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A question that I often hear, whether it be online or while watching some news show, is “can men be feminist?” You know how teachers and professors tell their students that there are no stupid questions? Well they’re liars...

Taylor Swift vs Kanye West: Part II

Alexsenia Ralat

March 7, 2016

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Kanye West, oh gosh, when is he going to learn that dissing Taylor Swift is just going to make his album sales decrease even more? I mean, according to West, he’s already 53 million in debt so I don’t think he can afford stooping...

Fitbit: Yay or nay?

Caitlin Husted

March 7, 2016

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This story below isn’t a story with a happy ending. (I just thought I would warn you before you were too invested.) It’s a tragic tale of longing and loss, of hope and pain. But if you stick it out, you may learn something,...

Staying Healthy in College

Emily Chudzik

March 7, 2016

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It’s no secret that college is an incredibly stressful time.  We have to juggle writing essays and studying for exams with socializing with friends and staying in touch with family. Unfortunately, our health can sometimes get...

First World Problems

Joe Strater

March 3, 2016

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To those who are viewing this article, what are the foremost causes of stress on your life? Those stresses can range from both one extreme to another, and almost feel universally felt by similar people.  Although it can be perspective...

Straight from Strater

Joe Strater

March 3, 2016

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No matter who you are or how open you claim to be to new ideas, values, or life styles to be gaining perspective from someone else’s point of view is a feat that not that many people succeed in. It is extremely difficult for...

What it’s like to be a Tiny Ball of Rage

Alexsenia Ralat

March 3, 2016

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Get ready readers, you are about to be educated on what it is like to be short. For those of you, who do identify as short, get ready to read about some pretty relatable problems. Now let me introduce myself, my name is Alexsenia,...

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