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    Squirrels on Campus: The SETE

Squirrels on Campus: The SETE

Jake Bowerman | Staff Illustrator @jjonahjango

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That hoverboard isn’t that cool, plus it could explode

Preston Mitchell | Staff Writer @presto_mitch While “Back to the Future Part II” rocks, its vision for 2015 hasn’t quite panned out. The hoverboard, which was popularized by Marty McFly as a literal hovering saucer that resembled a skateboard, was every child’s dream the moment it appeared on screen. Being

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    Lulu: A complicated way to date

Lulu: A complicated way to date

Sidney Johnson | Staff Writer @Sidjohn87 In our tech-savvy day, there are many ways to make new friends to share your experiences with, and if you fancy a midday Netflix-and-chill with the curtains drawn and the lights off, there’s Lulu. After hearing about this app from a friend, I decided to let Lulu

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    Iowa caucus is season opener, not the Big Game

Iowa caucus is season opener, not the Big Game

The Editorial Board Every four years the eyes of the nation descend upon the Hawkeye State as its residents clamor to town hall meetings for the first night of the election with any consequence: the Iowa caucus. It is the first true polling event of a long, grueling campaign season

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    Cartoon: Two sides to every coin

Cartoon: Two sides to every coin

Samuel Wiggins | Staff Illustrator @zenphonyy

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    Squirrels On Campus: Avesta

Squirrels On Campus: Avesta

Jake Bowerman | Staff Illustrator @jjonahjango

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    Guac is extra, but what about peace of mind?

Guac is extra, but what about peace of mind?

Morgan Sullivan | Staff Writer @sadsquadch After announcing all Chipotle restaurants would be closing for a portion of the day on Feb. 8, some consumers expressed they would rather risk contracting E. coli than miss out on their burrito bowl. Similarly, after three deaths from listeria and a nationwide recall of

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Donald Trump: The king of ad hominem

Harrison Long | Opinion Editor @HarrisonGLong The definition of ad hominem, as given by Merriam-Webster dictionary: 1. Appealing to feelings or prejudices rather than intellect. 2. Marked by or being an attack on an opponent’s character rather than by an answer to the contentions made. In the last 100-plus years there

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    Dueling views on Super Bowl 50 contenders

Dueling views on Super Bowl 50 contenders

The Panthers represent youth, a chance for history and the good guys Scott Sidway | Sports Editor @ScottyWK In the last five years, Cam Newton has won the Heisman trophy, a college national championship, been the first overall pick in the NFL Draft and a (probable) NFL MVP. So why root

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Sorry, Ted Cruz, how you finance your campaign IS a big deal

Kyle Martin | Staff Writer @Kyle_Martin35 When Ted Cruz ran his “Ted Cruz for President” campaign ad on YouTube, he detailed his family’s history, condemned President Obama and his “illegal and unconstitutional amnesty,” denounced Washington and, referring to his hopeful presidency, said, “It’s a time for truth.” Yes, a time

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