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    Remembering George Floyd’s death 1 year later

Remembering George Floyd’s death 1 year later

As a child, I was taught about the African American trailblazers who made it possible for me to play sports, go to school and enjoy freedoms similar to my non-Black peers. As I grew into a teen and young adult, I began to recognize the unfair reality that my survival

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    The unvaccinated vs. vaccinated mask debate

The unvaccinated vs. vaccinated mask debate

In the United States, normal life appears to be resuming after its abrupt halt last March. Restaurants are opening at full capacity. Once vacant vacation spots are now blooming with tourists.  Concerts are being rescheduled and resumed after thousands were canceled. It appears to the naked eye that the post-pandemic

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    Desensitization to mass shootings is something the US cannot afford

Desensitization to mass shootings is something the US cannot afford

Hardly six months into the year, there have already been 240 mass shootings in the United States in 2021, according to the Gun Violence Archive, which defines a mass shooting as one with four or more people injured or killed, not counting the perpetrator.  Other databases, such as the Mother

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    Chancellor Roe’s hurtful statements hurt the LGBTQ+ community

Chancellor Roe’s hurtful statements hurt the LGBTQ+ community

The university is an equal opportunity institution that its own president says has “a responsibility to be at the forefront of change.” As much the school loves to remind people it is a minority and Hispanic serving institution, it fails to live up to the inclusivity it so proudly markets.

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    What makes a streaming service worth it

What makes a streaming service worth it

With movie theaters coming back into our lives, I would like to personally thank streaming services for keeping us thoroughly entertained through this terrible year. That being said, everyone has a streaming service of their own, and I am going to make it my job to tell you which ones

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    Universalism of Christianity and its impact on the US

Universalism of Christianity and its impact on the US

Pledging to one nation under God, invisible, with liberty and justice for all. Solemnly swearing to tell the truth, the whole truth and nothing but the truth, with one’s hand place on top of a court bible. Singing the words to “God Bless America” at every Independence Day event, with

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    Abbott’s abortion bill reveals political hypocrisy

Abbott’s abortion bill reveals political hypocrisy

On May 19, Gov. Greg Abbott signed legislation banning abortions the moment a fetal heartbeat is detected which can be as early as six weeks into pregnancy. Aptly dubbed the “heartbeat bill,” it effectively makes getting a legal abortion in Texas near impossible as many women are not even aware

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    DFW should follow Austin’s lead in combating homelessness

DFW should follow Austin’s lead in combating homelessness

As the DFW area continues to grow and make room for incoming homeowners, city officials should be mindful of the homeless community already populating the area and seek to create permanent housing solutions for them. There were 3,722 people who reported experiencing homelessness, 1,153 identifying as being completely unsheltered, according

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    The Dallas market craze is not stopping anytime soon

The Dallas market craze is not stopping anytime soon

Construction sites are turning away building jobs because of the overwhelming flood of home orders. Run-of-the-mill, suburban houses are being purchased for $50,000 over their asking price. Determined newcomers are having to make a choice between bidding higher than a competitive listing price, or wait until another listing appears long

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    Adults in children’s fandoms have an obligation to protect those children

Adults in children’s fandoms have an obligation to protect those children

Children’s media has seen a much-deserved upsurge in appreciation over the years, with animation, in particular, making strides to disabuse the perception of itself as a lesser medium. Now, for better or for worse, fandom culture has become mainstream, and while it’s great to see that even more care is

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