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    The price of drinking alcohol as a college student

The price of drinking alcohol as a college student

As the semester is coming to an end, it is important to reflect on the school year. From campus involvement to making sure assignments are submitted, looking back at the time spent with your friends and the activities you participated in are all ways students can spend this valuable time.

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    Unionization’s flicker of hope in Staten Island

Unionization’s flicker of hope in Staten Island

The news hit the U.S. and fell off of the radar within hours. In the predominantly middle-class Staten Island, a trailblazing labor union had been born. At Amazon’s JFK8 site, union leader Chris Smalls had done the impossible and stepped toe-to-toe with the world’s most notorious businessmen. Catching the attention

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    African Americans still face hair discrimination

African Americans still face hair discrimination

African Americans just can’t catch a break when it comes to hair discrimination. The constant discrimination they face because of their hair is the reason why we have the CROWN (Creating a Respectful and Open World for Natural Hair) Act. The bill prohibits race-based hair discrimination and any denial of

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    The glorification of drug use within music is dangerous

The glorification of drug use within music is dangerous

Content warning: this article contains language and content related to drug use and addiction. Viewer discretion is advised.  As more people listen to a wider range of music genres, extremely detailed discussions of themes such as drug use, addiction and success are becoming commonplace.  The discussion of drug use and

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    Reframing ‘coming out’ as ‘letting in’

Reframing ‘coming out’ as ‘letting in’

Coming out has always been portrayed as a monumental moment in a queer person’s life — the turning point that changes everything and the moment we can begin living a life more true to ourselves. However, the modern phrasing, wording and intention behind this term are more aligned with placating

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    Stop using casting announcements to bash actors

Stop using casting announcements to bash actors

It is no secret the internet can be a terrible place, but it tends to be where a lot of people get their news. Whether it be world events or announcements in the entertainment world, you can always scroll through the comments to find yourself knee-deep in an ocean of

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    Gov. Abbott’s critical race theory bill hurts student discipline

Gov. Abbott’s critical race theory bill hurts student discipline

The passing of Gov. Greg Abbott’s bill advertised as an “anti-critical race theory bill” has had an immeasurably negative impact on how teachers can grapple with complex issues in an educational way. It’s been the center of much controversy over the past year, but the aspect that has gone most

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    Learning to avoid sharing opinions when the topic does not concern you

Learning to avoid sharing opinions when the topic does not concern you

Scrolling through Twitter shows how so many people feel the need to voice their opinions about situations when it doesn’t concern them. I know by writing this article I am very close to completely contradicting myself. However, instead of saying how certain opinions are wrong or right, some scenarios just

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    Should students skip college?

Should students skip college?

Students are frequently told that college is the only option after graduating high school. They often feel pressured to go to a four-year institution and receive a degree. However, even when a student decides to go to college, they are looked down upon if they choose to attend community college.

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    ‘Channel 5 with Andrew Callaghan’ delivered best coverage of Russia-Ukraine conflict

‘Channel 5 with Andrew Callaghan’ delivered best coverage of Russia-Ukraine conflict

Uploaded on April 13, 2022, a video aptly titled “War In Ukraine,” is a 12-and-a-half minute showcase of the innocent lives affected by the war. Through guerilla-news style reporting and contrasting real stories with big-name media outlet reports, Channel 5 is able to showcase the voices in the zeitgeist that

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