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    Colleges have too many unnecessary degree requirements

Colleges have too many unnecessary degree requirements

At some point in college, every student experiences a moment where they are sitting in a classroom and suddenly stop to ask themselves, “What is the point of all this?” For me, that moment came a few times. The first time it happened, I was getting lectured on the structural

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    This or That: Was Kyle Rittenhouse rightfully acquitted?

This or That: Was Kyle Rittenhouse rightfully acquitted?

Kyle Rittenhouse verdict backed by evidence On Aug. 25, 2020, Kyle Rittenhouse traveled from his hometown of Antioch to neighboring Kenosha to help out a community during the unrest that followed the shooting of Jacob Blake. On that night, he was chased by Joseph Rosenbaum into a car selling lot,

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    Letter from the editor: St. Clair signs off

Letter from the editor: St. Clair signs off

How do I sum up nine semesters of lessons learned, people met and memories made in the correct words? My answer: I cannot, but I will give it my best shot anyway. I put off writing this letter until I was absolutely, positively out of time to procrastinate any longer.

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    Parents need to actively teach children internet safety

Parents need to actively teach children internet safety

Today most children can access the internet and social media through their tablets, phones and computers. They quickly pick up on how to use and navigate their electronic systems and join their friends on social media. However, they are usually not taught how to behave and interact with the vast

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    Democrats could be responsible for a Trump 2024 win

Democrats could be responsible for a Trump 2024 win

As we are about to enter the new year, the 2024 presidential election is a lot closer than we think. The midterm elections in 2022 will also serve as a progress report of the party behind the current administration. Fifty-one percent of voters said they would vote for Republican candidates

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    Take retail workers into consideration during Black Friday

Take retail workers into consideration during Black Friday

In a little over a week, stores all over the country will be handing out deals for customers to take advantage of on Black Friday. It is a time where people quite literally turn into evil versions of themselves. From customers yelling at workers to trashing entire stores, they don’t

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    Event organizers to blame for Astroworld tragedy,  not crowds

Event organizers to blame for Astroworld tragedy, not crowds

Watching the tragedy unfold at Travis Scott’s Astroworld Festival felt similar to watching a train wreck in slow motion. At first, information on the crowd crush only trickled out to the public, allowing the internet to take the scant few facts and run with them. Videos documenting the Houston music

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    Can one separate the art from the artist?

Can one separate the art from the artist?

Humanity has been evolving as a species for a long time and one way we’ve improved is how we’ve held individuals accountable for crimes they’ve committed and the choices they’ve made. We’ve especially been working on this in pop culture. The #MeToo movement was part of it, at times, in

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    Movie review scores should not deter viewer enjoyment

Movie review scores should not deter viewer enjoyment

With “Eternals” out, fans and haters alike can go to their local movie theater and form their own opinion on what they think of the latest Marvel film. It is really fortunate there wasn’t a huge meltdown from fans because of a misleading number from a website with little credibility!

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    Journalists are ill-prepared for the post-truth era

Journalists are ill-prepared for the post-truth era

The day before the Virginia gubernatorial elections, political operatives sought to taint the opposition as supported by the Charlottesville rioters. It almost worked, but journalists fell for the bait. The picture was shared on social media without due diligence. The local NBC affiliate published an article including reactions from both candidates.

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