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Voice your opinion and cast your vote

November 6, 2014

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Molly Raley, Managing Editor With elections right around the corner, it is important for voters to understand the importance of the voting process. Being a registered voter, means being a part of something bigger and better than...

Ebola: Is the panic really necessary?

November 6, 2014

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Rachael Watson, Staff Writer The Ebola virus is big news, and for good reason. But, the way I see it panic and fear are spreading faster than the actual virus these days. I agree that this is a serious matter that should be handled...

Student evaluates Mayweather

November 5, 2014

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Spencer Weddle, Staff Writer “He bit me, he (expletive) bit me”, barked Floyd Mayweather as he marched around the ring. He gets another win, this time by decision. Another victory over Marcos Maidana makes him 47-0 as a boxer....

Warning of ISIS threat proves true years later

November 5, 2014

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Madison Thames, Staff Writer The biggest threat our country is currently facing is coming from the Islamic State of Iraq and Syria, also known as ISIS or ISIL. For those who don’t know, ISIS is the successor Sunni militant...

The unfairness of bigotry brought to light

November 5, 2014

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Alex Lehr, Staff Writer Words are like Halloween costumes: you can put one on anybody during a specific time and few will blink twice about the matter. Dressing up words nicely is what I am in school to do. My future depends...

Love is patient, love is kind, sometimes

November 5, 2014

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Editorial Seeing things like bruises, scars or even broken bones on other people may be something that everyone is used to. Imagine seeing those things on someone you love. Only for the bruises, scars and broken bones to be caused...

PEACE BEFORE JUSTICE

October 14, 2014

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  Madison Thames Staff Writer As a young “white” woman that most would be consider privileged in our world today, I have never been targeted because of my race or felt threatened by authority. Therefore I don’t kno...

A male perspective

October 14, 2014

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Alex Lehr  Staff Writer OPINION As a man, I adore meat. Meat is the soul of my day and night. I love steak, I need beef and I idolize succulent chicken. However, there is a far more tender display of meat that brings me utt...

Storming the Streets

October 14, 2014

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What is your favorite place on campus? ...

‘Kingdom Hearts’ remaster is joyful nostalgia

October 14, 2014

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Alex Lehr Staff Writer The Playstation 3 has been a wonderful device for bringing beautiful games back from the grave of outdated systems, and one of the most shining examples of such as been the release of the beloved “Kin...

Got Ramen? Spice up dorm-cooked meals with these recipes

July 22, 2014

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Tina Firquain Staff writer Since being in college, I have learned to survive on my own with a fairly limited budget, a budget that mostly gets spent on shopping or activities. When it comes to spending money on food, I get a li...

Ziosk creates mixed feelings about Chili’s for student

July 22, 2014

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Zach Maxwell Staff writer At long last, Chili’s restaurants have joined the 21st century and installed touch-screen menus at every table in their Durant eatery. I called a few friends in other towns and their Chili’s hav...

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