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Satirizing the candidates

Choteau Kammel, editor-in-chief

November 29, 2016

Filed under columns, opinion

Small government is the hallmark of Republican ideas, aside from marriage, drugs, wars, police and military spending. That’s why Donald Trump is the man for the job of presidency. His “small” government beliefs that he has...

2016 election full of hypocrisy

Choteau Kammel, editor-in-chief

October 16, 2016

Filed under columns, opinion

By all possible accounts, the 2016 presidential elections have been the most watched, talked about and controversial in United States political history. Numerically its debates have been the most watched televised face offs since...

Tips for keeping all hair types healthy

Simone Davis, staff writer

October 16, 2016

Filed under columns, opinion

With winter around the corner, people with curly and kinky hair can instantly feel their hair change. Their strands can become dry and brittle, the curls may have less shine, and the regimen or routine that favors hair in the...

Quizzes add to fun of being a ‘Potterhead’

Gabby Witkowski, staff writer

October 16, 2016

Filed under columns, opinion

Harry Potter. What else has to be said? He is the hero of our generation. The Harry Potter books have inspired millions of people, including myself. He has been an influence on many people, and has given us hopes and dreams. As...

One’s weight does not determine beauty

Zoia Morrow, staff writer

October 16, 2016

Filed under columns, opinion

Body image is the way a person perceives their body and how they believe others feel about them. This is often affected by society and social media. It comes from societies expectations of women and men. Both men and women...

Legendary golfer leaves behind great legacy

Carlson Koch, staff writer

October 16, 2016

Filed under columns, opinion

Many iconic professional golfers such as Rickie Fowler, Lee Trevino, Bubba Watson and Nick Faldo paid respect to Arnold Palmer and his contributions to golf on October fourth. Widely known for competing at the upmost level...

Importance Placed On Math and Science Detrimental to Artsy Students

Simone Davis, staff

September 16, 2016

Filed under columns, opinion

From kindergarten to high school, students are required to take multiple math and science classes. While these courses are important, students should equally be required to take art, music and dance classes. Studies have shown...

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