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Opinion: National Football League or No Fun League?

NFL Stealing Money From Players?
Jackson Hutler, Staff Writer November 29, 2023

It’s no secret that football is one of the most physical and dangerous sports in the world. Any football player who decides to make a career out of it knows about the risks that come with the game. So,...

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Trump’s Rhetoric: A Threat to Free Speech on Campus

" Come 2025, we will find you and we will deport you "
Nathan Azevedo Espindula, Editor-in-Chief November 17, 2023
"All of the resident aliens who joined in the pro-jihadist protest this month, nobody's ever seen anything like it. Come 2025, We will find you and we will deport you," he declared. Further emphasizing his stance, Trump added, "Under the Trump administration, we will revoke the student visas of radical anti-American and anti-Semitic foreigners at our colleges and universities—and we will send them straight back home."
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The Willow Project Sucks

The new assault on Alaska's wilderness.
Nathan Azevedo Espindula, Editor-in-Chief November 14, 2023
The Willow Project is more than an environmental issue; it's a moral crisis. It's a tale of how our last untouched bit of wilderness is being compromised, not for the greater good, but for fleeting economic interests. As we stand at this pivotal moment, it's crucial to remember: that our actions today will define tomorrow, and those responsible for the destruction of our planet need to be held accountable.
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La Importancia De La Eleccion

Spanish Version of The Importance of Choice
Nathan Azevedo Espindula and Wesley Salimes November 13, 2023

  En nuestro mundo de asuntos y conflictos divisivos, debemos tratar de defender algo. La lucha entre Palestina e Israel, compuesto de agravios históricos, complejidades políticas, y violencia...

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Does Anyone Actually Care?

Jackson Hutler, Staff Writer November 12, 2023

  Isiah Pacheco, the Kansas City Chiefs running back, breaks off a huge 48 yard run to put the Chiefs up by 10 points early in the first quarter against the Jets.  Instead of giving the young...

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What if it was in your backyard

Nathan Azevedo Espindula, Editor-in-Chief November 2, 2023
Imagine for a moment that a foreign power descended upon American soil, declared it their own, and began seizing land, demolishing homes, and uprooting American citizens. Picture a scenario where your property is taken away, your history erased, and your future stolen. What would you do?
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The Reason Environmental Change is So Hard
Nathan Azevedo Espindula, Editor-in-Chief October 22, 2023
The reluctance to tackle environmental issues often perplexes those who understand just how serious the environmental crisis is. Who would consciously endorse the destruction of the very planet that sustains us? But the complexities surrounding this reluctance run deep, making it imperative that we uncover the root of the issue.
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The Importance of Choice

Picking a Side in the Israeli-Palestinian Conflict
Nathan Azevedo Espindula, Editor-in-Chief October 22, 2023
The situation in the Middle East has captured global attention for decades and has been making many headlines over recent attacks from all involved. Picking a side in such a scenario, especially on an individual level, can be a delicate issue. Some may argue that this conflict is too convoluted to take a stance, but history and moral considerations beg to differ.
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Israel and Palestine 

Alexandra Enos, Head of Print October 21, 2023

As I watch the turmoil unfold in Israel and Palestine, I find myself trying to juggle the two sides.  Attempting to decide based on morals and the perceived innocent side, which changes depending on...

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The Emissions Epidemic

Shifting Focus and Shifting Blame
Nathan Azevedo Espindula, Editor-in-Chief October 20, 2023

Let’s face it; individual actions alone cannot save our planet from the looming environmental catastrophe. We often find ourselves pointing fingers at each other and blaming ourselves because of our...

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Does “A Great Chaos” Live Up To Its Name?

Jackson Hutler, Staff Writer October 19, 2023
Is Ken Carson's album worth all the hype it is receiving? read to find out.
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The Myth of Eco-terrorism

Nathan Azevedo Espindula, Editor-in-Chief October 19, 2023

The Myth of Eco-terrorism  The word "terrorize" is defined as creating and maintaining a state of extreme fear and distress. Applied to the context of our environment, the term "eco-terrorism" might...

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