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    What it really means to be socially correct in these times of change

What it really means to be socially correct in these times of change

The world has changed a lot in the past 100 years — from technology, to medicine, to what we wear when we go out. Another huge aspect that has both changed yet somewhat stayed the same is how we talk to each other. As a Western culture, we have started

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    The United States should embrace its immigrants, not abuse them

The United States should embrace its immigrants, not abuse them

Those who immigrate to the U.S. illegally are one dimensional in many American minds: A lot of citizens find it hard to look past their illegal crossings into the U.S. to be able to see them as people needing help, but illegal entry should not bar them from humane treatment.

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    Steps should be taken to better understand and diagnose mental illness

Steps should be taken to better understand and diagnose mental illness

Mental health is a broadening and ever-changing subject. The way it is diagnosed, the way it is treated by medical professionals and the way society has come to accept these parts of our lives is up for debate. Psychiatric drugs have the potential to create stability and routine, and have

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    The minimalist lifestyle has its flaws, but can be invoked in small ways

The minimalist lifestyle has its flaws, but can be invoked in small ways

Covered in dust, violet butterflies and overflowing with cards from birthdays and holidays past is a lilac box that lives at the top of my closet. Stuffed in drawers and scattered on the floor are once-loved clothes and shoes I can’t bear to wear or throw away. I keep these

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    Enough is enough, gun control is needed now

Enough is enough, gun control is needed now

“America, why won’t you protect us?” This was, quite literally, the billion-dollar question so many people asked after we allowed students to sit and wait to be slaughtered. Not just students, but concert-goers, employees, shoppers and church attendees make the long list of sitting ducks. In the first shootings, students

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    Political polarization can only be overcome through togetherness

Political polarization can only be overcome through togetherness

With midterm elections on the horizon, it is becoming increasingly difficult to escape the resurrection of political divisiveness. Regardless of the outcome, one thing all sides of the spectrum need to understand — like it or not— is that the only way to progress is to do so together. If

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    America’s disappointing relationship with Saudi Arabia

America’s disappointing relationship with Saudi Arabia

The U.S. has had a long history of supporting bad people and corrupt governments all around the world to appeal to some sense of national interests. While these national policies were thought to be a thing of the past, our involvement with the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia shows how wrong

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    Voter ID laws: A comprehensive fix for a fake problem

Voter ID laws: A comprehensive fix for a fake problem

The U.S. was founded on the premise that the government should serve the people, and over the past two hundred years, that is what this country has worked toward. When it comes to fighting for minorities’ and women’s right to vote, we have seen several steps forward. But now, certain

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    Climate change is heating things up for the worse

Climate change is heating things up for the worse

When most people think of “global warming,” polar bears and melting ice usually comes to mind — it’s never the death of coral reefs, famine, droughts, wildfires, diseases and deadly storms. A group of scientist working for the International Panel on Climate Change assembled by the U.N. confirmed these unthinkable

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    Is the government stifling young generations’ access to vote?

Is the government stifling young generations’ access to vote?

Society encourages us, as today’s youth, to get involved in real-world issues and make our voice heard on the ballot. But can the same desires be said for the government? There are polling locations on the UNT campus only for Election Day but not for early voting. I automatically assumed

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