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This week’s field: Political Science

Michelle Grossbauer, Staff Writer

April 16, 2019

Filed under Opinion

                      Geraldine Ojukwu - Senior “I chose political science because I am really passionate about educating the public about how policy action works. If ...

Why sensationalized news stories are damaging to society

Breanna Ebisch, Staff Writer

April 16, 2019

Filed under Opinion

It seems as if every headline printed in newspapers or discussed on television today is riddled with sensationalism. It is very difficult to decipher what is the truth or bias. What is actual news and what are you supposed to...

Is antiquity losing its relevancy in today’s modern society?

Savannah Pinnock, Opinion Editor

April 16, 2019

Filed under Opinion

The concept of antiquity is one that often paints an intricate picture of the Ancient World into one’s mind upon hearing it. Without needing a plane ticket, one is conceptually flown to Ancient Greece, Rome and Egypt. Antiquity...

Free college tuition is a fundamentally bad idea

April 16, 2019

Filed under Opinion, Our Voice

Think about it: What is one of America’s strongest attributes? Freedom. But just because the word “free” is there, doesn’t mean everything should be free. One of the core principles in our American society is incentives. What...

Introspection and the art of being self-reflective

Savannah Pinnock, Opinion Editor

April 9, 2019

Filed under Opinion

Introspection is a term that is often used in affiliation with the idea of reflection. This term is one that is very closely associated with one’s psychological state and the idea of looking inward. On a definitive level,...

Meet the Majors: Accounting

Michelle Grossbauer, Staff Writer

April 9, 2019

Filed under Opinion

Jack Fischer - Senior “I am an accounting and management major because I have always been interested in numbers. You get to work with people and numbers which I love because things always even out. I just landed my dream job which is to work in New York City for a public accounting firm.”  Sam Ey...

Taboo literature and why it’s essential to read banned books

Zarqua Ansari, Staff Writer

April 9, 2019

Filed under Opinion

Sometimes, the world is a bad place. People cope with hardships in different ways. Some work on self improvement. Others make art. Many people write and read books. Books are a great escape because they have a dual nature....

Should elected officials stick to original campaign promises?

April 9, 2019

Filed under Opinion, Our Voice

It is a well known truth that in all levels of politics someone who is campaigning to get as many votes as they can from the largest amount of people, will say anything they have to to convince voters to give them their support. With...

Do politics really matter and does our vote really count?

Breanna Ebisch, Staff Writer

April 9, 2019

Filed under Opinion

More than ever before, the political climate in America is extremely tense and with an important upcoming election that will determine the next President of the United States, the two big questions return. Do politics matter?...

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