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    Do not own a dog in college

Do not own a dog in college

While there are a handful of benefits to owning a pet in college, the cons outweigh the pros. Last year, I worked for my apartment complex and helped renovate all the units before our new residents moved in. On my way to an apartment one morning, I stopped to pet

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    There is nothing wrong with unpaid internships

There is nothing wrong with unpaid internships

Internships are important. They get your foot in the door, you get a little cash and experience for the career you want, and in most cases, you get college credit hours. The unpopular internship, however, is the unpaid one. I took on an unpaid internship with D Magazine in Summer

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    Disliking a female-led ‘Doctor Who’ is definitely sexist

Disliking a female-led ‘Doctor Who’ is definitely sexist

After tons of speculation and different actors thrown into the spotlight, BBC’s “Doctor Who” has finally announced who will replace Peter Capaldi in the title role: Jodie Whittaker. This is the first time a woman has ever played the Doctor since the show began in 1963, and fan reactions are

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    The hazards of avoiding potential ‘He-Man Woman-Haters’

The hazards of avoiding potential ‘He-Man Woman-Haters’

No, I don’t want to touch your muscles. I don’t know your friends and I don’t want to add you on Facebook. But instead of saying how I really feel, I smile and pretend to care deeply about your SoundCloud link and Twitter handle. I am tired of being nice to creepy dudes just because

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    Are online classes and course work worth it?

Are online classes and course work worth it?

Students, like myself, choose online or hybrid classes for their simplicity, easy time management and the guaranteed passing grade. Other hybrid classes, such as math, require online aspects of teaching. In the math class I’m currently taking, my professor’s exact words were, “It’s like you don’t even need me here,

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    The United States aren’t capitalist, they’re crony capitalist

The United States aren’t capitalist, they’re crony capitalist

Garron Weeks | Staff Writer In America, business runs almost every part of society and its economy is a mix of capitalism and socialism. They’re ran in a laissez-faire approach, meaning “that government should intervene as little as possible in the direction of economic affairs.” But whenever the government does

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    The dangers of government-controlled medical decisions

The dangers of government-controlled medical decisions

By The Editorial Board It has been said for years that a parent’s biggest fear is losing a child. If governments are unwilling to help citizens during the springtime of their lives, those parental fears will persist with justification. Such is the case with Connie Yates and Chris Gard, whose

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    How college students can exchange ethics for sales

How college students can exchange ethics for sales

When there is a sale or a coupon involved, you don’t ask questions, you shop. But behind the crop tops and light wash jeans, which we carelessly throw onto the counter, is an abused workforce overshadowed by the half-off sticker we came for. Air conditioning, popular radio hits and cheery sales

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    Grieving in college: you’re not alone

Grieving in college: you’re not alone

I heard that dealing with death and grieving over someone close to you is difficult to handle. I didn’t know how to do it or what to expect when my grandfather passed away three weeks ago. He had some tough days during finals week last May, and I missed a

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    The poor implications of Shockwave legalization

The poor implications of Shockwave legalization

If you were to pick up a copy of the “Tactical Weapons“ magazine this month, you would find the image of a man in police gear holding two massive guns. This is the Mossberg 590 Shockwave – a gun with a 14-inch barrel and a pistol grip – and I was surprised to

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