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Opinion: The Laughing Race

Lee Cooper, Staff Writer

January 6, 2017

Filed under Opinion

What has the world come to? In an era where internet rants, cyber bullying, and reaction videos are common ground for small talk, the “old folks” seem worried about where this generation is placing us. In the past few years... Read more »

Commentary: The Taste of Our Distance

Daniela Roscero, Features Editor

September 12, 2016

Filed under Opinion, Personal Column

As I enter the house, my grandmother's love covers me with the warm blanket of a soul-enriching smell. My mouth waters. My belly begs for it. I comply to these cries with ease. I'm used to this, but I still wait for this... Read more »

Commentary: Could Global Warming result in cataclysmic Mass Extinction Event?

Nathaniel Bolton, Staff Writer

April 14, 2016

Filed under Opinion

In recent years, it seems that the global warming frenzy has largely died down, yet there are some who assert that the controversial topic needs more attention than ever before. Organizations with this view, such as the NRDC,... Read more »

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