Opinion: What is truth in a post-truth world?

James Neidhardt News Editor   What is truth? The answer, it seems, depends on whom you ask. We live in a society that has largely abandoned the idea of objective truth, or as Francis Schaeffer put it, “true truth.” This is largely...

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Opinion: Why Betsy DeVos is a Controversial Pick for Secretary of Education

Elise Foster Contributor Betsy DeVos' name has been strewn across media headlines and shoved in our faces on almost all social media platforms - and the attention is not positive. DeVos' name has special meaning to us, particularly to students, since...

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Student reaction to the #FreeKesha movement

JENNIFER DRURY Staff Writer  On Friday, Feb. 19, I received a notification from Twitter informing me that a few of the accounts I follow were tweeting #FreeKesha. Kesha is an artist that I had first discovered in my middle school years....

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No more pink and blue aisles

JESSICA TONDT Staff Writer Try to imagine walking into a toy store and noticing the different types of aisles. Why are there separate aisles for girls’ and boys’ toys? (more…)

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Technology and long-distance relationships

JESSICA TONDT Contributor Have you ever wondered what it would have been like if you stayed in a relationship with your high school sweetheart? Long-distance relationships can be hard, but in today’s world, relishing in long distance relationships has...

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Opinion: On the Oregon shooting

ANDREW O'HARE Student Voice Editor I’m tired of people trying to tell me what the real issue is. The real issue is guns. It isn’t about mental health, it isn’t about a culture of violence, it isn’t about media...

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Opinion: Russell Peters plays with race in comedy show

JESSICA TONDT Contributor I spent Sept. 20 laughing my butt off. The Devil Days trip to go see Russell Peters’ comedy show has to be my favorite event so far this semester. Peters is a Canadian comedian of Indian...

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Opinion: The NFL commissioner gives inconsistent punishment

ANDREW O'HARE Student Voice Editor The sexiest court case this summer wasn’t SCOTUS lifting the ban on gay marriage or upholding the Affordable Care Act, oh no. The sexiest case of the summer involved one Tom Brady, quarterback of...

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Opinion: Stop blaming the rioters and understand the bigger picture

CHRISTI PEACE Editor-in-Chief I am horrified and angry about what has recently happened in Baltimore, but not for the same reasons as many of the people I know. It is not the protestors or even the rioters who have...

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Student analyzes disappointment in repeated movie viewings

CHRISTI PEACE Editor-in-Chief I have recently learned something about the repeated consumption of entertainment media. I have found that more often than not, when I rewatch or reread something I used to enjoy, I find myself disappointed. There have...

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