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Opinion: War can change if you want it to

Opinion: War can change if you want it to

November 9, 2019

Another year means the release of a new Call of Duty game, and as with almost every game in the franchise, this one is not short of controversy. Released Oct. 25, “Call of Duty: Modern Warfare” is a...

Letter to the Editor: It should not take the death of a loved one to care about the opioid epidemic

Letter to the Editor: It should not take the death of a loved one to care about the opioid epidemic

November 9, 2019

Earlier this year, I lost a close family member to fentanyl. I have to help her—When I first heard of her death, that was my first thought. I have to help her. But in my case, I was already too l...

Editorial: If Katie Hill goes, so should Donald Trump

Editorial: If Katie Hill goes, so should Donald Trump

November 7, 2019

Double-standards are nothing new when it comes to gender and politics, and Rep. Katie Hill’s (D-Calif.) resignation after the height of the #MeToo movement proves not much has changed in Washington....

Guest Column: American recognition of the Armenian Genocide is a long-overdue victory

Guest Column: American recognition of the Armenian Genocide is a long-overdue victory

November 5, 2019

“Ուշ լինի, անուշ լինի,” translates to “Let it be late, let it be good,” an Armenian proverb tweeted by Armenian American journalist Liana Aghajanian just after midnight on O...

Editor’s Note: Do not applaud the NCAA for dragging its feet

Editor’s Note: Do not applaud the NCAA for dragging its feet

November 3, 2019

The National Collegiate Athletic Association Board of Governors voted to allow its athletes to earn money from their name, image and likeness. Collegiate athletes can now make money by signing autographs and ha...

Opinion: Not all feel jolly for the holiday season

Opinion: Not all feel jolly for the holiday season

November 3, 2019

As November begins and the holiday season approaches, the impending arrival of family celebrations are met with a mixture of excitement and apprehension. While many students enjoy seeing their families after...

Editorial: You eat the donuts, you do the time

Editorial: You eat the donuts, you do the time

November 3, 2019

For years, police officers have used the same $2 presumptive field tests to assess if a person is in possession of drugs. The catch to this variety of tests, though, is that they often register false positi...

Editorial: The Venus symbol goes,  genderless inclusion stays

Editorial: The Venus symbol goes, genderless inclusion stays

November 2, 2019

Period product companies cannot decide who gets their monthly period, so they shouldn’t sell products as if they can. On Oct. 22, Procter & Gamble, parent company of the period product brand A...

Review: ‘The Lighthouse,’ a shining example of mental manipulation

Review: ‘The Lighthouse,’ a shining example of mental manipulation

October 31, 2019

Nature meets hallucination-born madness in Robert Eggers’ 2019 black and white film, “The Lighthouse.” This 110-minute mental trip is an uneasy cocktail of the water, the gales and the cooped up del...

Guest Column: It’s showtime, folks—Oscar 2020 Best Picture predictions

Guest Column: It’s showtime, folks—Oscar 2020 Best Picture predictions

October 28, 2019

It’s that glitzy time of year again when actors and directors are traveling the globe, doing junket after junket for their press tours to promote their latest films, all while trying to keep their na...

Editorial: Recognition features show Google’s true face

Editorial: Recognition features show Google’s true face

October 27, 2019

Facial recognition as a way to access smart technology is not necessarily a new feature, but it is a flawed one. On Oct. 15, Google released its newest phone, the Pixel 4, which included, among other fe...

Opinion: To schools banning Halloween parties: BOO!

Opinion: To schools banning Halloween parties: BOO!

October 27, 2019

Every year around Halloween, the buzz of excitement is palpable as costumed students prepare for candy comas and ghoulish holiday rituals after class. My middle school even allowed the celebration to ...

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