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Overly political: the pervasion of politics in places where it doesn’t belong

Tommy Marquardt, asst. web editor

December 14, 2018

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I hate talking politics. I hate that bringing this up is even necessary, but I feel like it needs to be said: the world is getting too political. The fact that political beliefs spawn legitimate hatred among people with differin...

Gratitude for service not conveyed through applications

Sheila Fogarty, columnist

December 14, 2018

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When my mother offered to buy Diego ice cream, he replied, “Solo quiero una hamburguesa para llevar.” It was 6-year-old Diego’s first time on a school field trip to Lake Atitlán, and after traveling awhile and eating a ...

T.V shows bring people together, relieve everyday stress

Dea Sulejmani, asst. news editor

November 12, 2018

Filed under Opinions, Web Exclusives

I never binge-watched T.V. shows. I would go through an episode here and there, until one day when my 13 year-old self browsed Netflix and ended up on The Office. I had overheard bits of the show’s bizarre humor through my old...

Spotlight on South

Micheal Zimmermann, guest columnist

September 28, 2018

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In mainstream society, we often approach science and religion through separate ways of thinking. If we attempt to solve the mystery of the creation of our origin through both lenses of religion and science, we will find parallel...

Language diversity acceptable in the United States population

Violet Guzman-Robles, asst. features editor

September 28, 2018

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My dad has been learning English for his entire life, but still isn’t completely fluent. When my dad met my boyfriend for the first time, it was awkward, and the way my dad said “Nice to meet you, Jon” only made things w...

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