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Smartphone-Free For 28 Days

Gabriel Greschler is a sophomore politics major.   I read Sherry Turkle's book a number of years ago, titled "Alone Together: Why We Expect More from...

Breaking News: Trump Uses Teleprompter

  Chloe Bennett is a sophomore media studies major   Following Donald Trump’s first speech to a joint session Congress, words such as “conventional,” “normal,” and even...

More Than a Bathroom: Trump’s Attack on Transgender Rights

Zachary Colao is a sophomore politics major Last April, then-Republican candidate Donald Trump broke with his party on a critical civil rights issue concerning the...

Pushing Left, But Moving Right

Hursh Karkhanis is a freshman finance major. It’s widely known that President Trump is greatly disliked by those on the left. Liberals across the nation,...

Let’s not Russian to anything, Trump.

Every time Trump says something controversial, we all hold our breaths and think this is it… this is what will turn the Republican establishment...

Violence is Never the Answer

Zac Harvill is a junior international studies major.   Last year’s election cycle has undoubtedly contributed to the increase of nationwide demonstrations and protests, which will...

This Drought Is Far From Over

Jackie Isbell is a junior environmental science major.   When California Governor Jerry Brown declared a state of emergency in 2014 in regards to the drought,...

A Gag-Worthy Order

Caitlin Mayo is a sophomore nursing major.   On his fourth day in office, President Donald Trump signed a bold executive order reminiscent of the Reagan...

Why care about an embassy in Jerusalem?

Sydney Abel is a senior politics major.   What would it mean if the American embassy in Israel were to be moved from Tel Aviv to...

“50 Shades Darker” Improves the Movie Series

  Tinia Montford Staff Writer   At the end of “50 Shades of Grey,” our heroine Anastasia Steele (Dakota Johnson) was leaving the mysterious and aloof Christian Grey...