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    Rodney Reed should not be executed

Rodney Reed should not be executed

Rodney Reed is an innocent man. Yet, he faces execution despite almost overwhelming evidence that proves his innocence. On Nov. 20, Reed is set to be executed for a crime that he did not commit. In 1998, Reed was convicted and sentenced to die for the murder of 19-year-old Stacey Stites

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    It is important and necessary to vote in all elections

It is important and necessary to vote in all elections

No matter what election may be coming up ⁠— whether it be a local election or the presidential election ⁠— your vote matters as much as anyone else’s does. There seems to be a stigma around voting nowadays where if you choose not to vote, it won’t matter in the

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    You’ve probably already forgotten about the Greenville shooting by now

You’ve probably already forgotten about the Greenville shooting by now

On Oct. 26, a gunman opened fire at a Halloween party in Greenville, Texas killing two people and injuring another 14. A couple days after the shooting took place, a vigil was held for the two individuals who lost their lives during the shooting. The vigil was then interrupted by

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    Students should not be punished for lack of lunch funds

Students should not be punished for lack of lunch funds

A New Jersey school district by the name of Cherry Hill has passed a new policy that prevents students from attending school activities such as prom if they have outstanding school lunch debt that exceeds $75, according to an article by NBC News. Earlier this year in August, the same

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    The murder of Atatiana Jefferson should have never happened

The murder of Atatiana Jefferson should have never happened

Less than two weeks after Amber Guyger’s 10-year sentence for the murder of Botham Jean was announced, another innocent black person was shot and killed in their own home by a police officer on Saturday. Atatiana Jefferson had been up late playing video games with her nephew when they heard

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    The NBA shouldn’t be apologizing to China

The NBA shouldn’t be apologizing to China

Earlier this week, four decades of dealmaking arrived at the brink of dissolving all because of one man’s tweet. Daryl Morey, the general manager for the Houston Rockets, tweeted a photo on Oct. 4 showing support for protestors in Hong Kong, sparking negative feedback from not only the NBA’s Chinese

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    It won’t happen, but Kavanaugh needs to be impeached

It won’t happen, but Kavanaugh needs to be impeached

After a new, previously unreported allegation of sexual misconduct which alleges that Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh pulled his pants down and pushed his penis into the hand of a female student was revealed in a recent New York Times article, it seems that the best course of action should

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    States should not cancel their Republican primaries

States should not cancel their Republican primaries

As of Sept. 10, four states have moved to cancel their Republican primaries: Nevada, South Carolina, Kansas and Arizona, according to NBC News. This means that delegates for those states will automatically be assigned to the majority candidate – which is President Trump.  Currently, there are three Republicans challenging President

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    ‘The Little Mermaid’ casting shouldn’t be controversial

‘The Little Mermaid’ casting shouldn’t be controversial

We are living in the era of Disney wanting to pump out live action versions of all our favorite movies we enjoyed as children to incite nostalgia in us and keep the stories alive for the younger generations.  We have stumbled upon an issue that is triggering a very shrill

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    In dire situations, the wealthy can help, but choose not to

In dire situations, the wealthy can help, but choose not to

When news of a fire within the Notre Dame Cathedral in Paris broke last week, dismal, smoky photos of the church circulated on social media and emotions ran high. Firefighters were able to stop the flames before the church was totally incinerated — only the roof and main spire incurred damage.

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