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Actions Speak Louder: I participated in the ‘Day Of Silence’

Hanna Edwards, Staff Writer

May 10, 2018

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The Day of Silence is a day for LGBT+ students to come together and spread awareness about hate directed at the community. The Day of Silence has happened every third Friday in April since 1996. Those who join the protest against...

Maximum Capacity: What to do when on-campus housing is full

Casey Stavenhagen, Staff Writer

May 1, 2018

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When preparing to go to college, the least of a student’s worries can be housing. However, for me and others, it can turn into an issue that decides if they can attend the college they desire. Personally, I applied to Texas ...

Summer is (almost) Here!

Hanna Edwards, Staff Writer

April 16, 2018

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Many students are very excited over the end of testing and the beginning of the final six weeks, which means summer is so very close! With only a few weeks to go until freedom, students are forgetting that school is still in session...

Don’t Believe Everything You Read, but Believe This

Hanna Edwards, Staff Writer

April 16, 2018

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Lies, cheats, scams, few political truths, and fake news is everywhere because the Internet is booming. No matter your political party, favorite TV star, or beliefs, everyone will be exposed to fake news about something they are...

Saying Goodbye to Claire’s, the Pinnacle of Many Preadolescences’ Childhood

Fatimah Dixon, Staff Writer

April 11, 2018

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“Who you gonna go to when you need pink octopus earrings, Justin Bieber wallpapers, Hello Kitty phone cases, and flower headbands?” “Not Claire’s!” Many customers will no longer be able to purchase pink, sparkly, and everything twe...

Preparing for College is More Than Filling Out Applications

Paige James, Staff Writer

March 20, 2018

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Preparing for college is stressful. Choosing colleges to apply for, filling out the application, filling out scholarship applications, and picking which college to attend after getting accepted are all difficult aspects. The hardest...

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