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Perspectives – Textbooks or tablets?

Perspectives – Textbooks or tablets?

The use of tablets and books should be balanced By Lindsey Schibelhut. I remember when tablets first became a craze; I didn’t understand their appeal or purpose, so I swore to myself I’d never buy one. Then as time went on the purpose to the public became clear – you could download multiple books to read and carry them around […]

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Perspectives – Steroids in sports

Perspectives – Steroids in sports

Let’s level the playing field By Ethan Moore. No matter what you do in life, there will always be people trying to be better than you. There will also be another smaller percentage of people who will try to do so by malicious or illegal means. When athletes use performance enhancing drugs they not only give themselves inherent advantages, but […]

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Perspectives: Planned Parenthood

Perspectives: Planned Parenthood

Everyone calm down! By Gabrielle Martin Let me just get this out there first: I am 100 percent pro-life. I do not in any way support legal abortions and I find them to be an act of murder. Want to know what else I find to be an act of murder? Firing on a Planned Parenthood and killing three people. […]

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Perspectives: Assisted Suicide

Perspectives: Assisted Suicide

The right decision isn’t always the easiest By Greg Horner The debate over assisted suicide isn’t just a moral argument, it’s a philosophical one as well. Do people have a right to control how they die? Is it better to die in agony if it preserves the sanctity of life? Our society has been dealing with these questions for some […]

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Perspectives: Open carry on campus

Perspectives: Open carry on campus

Law abiding citizen should be able to open carry By Justin Jurek I personally believe there is nothing wrong with openly carrying a weapon in any place – including college campuses. However, I think the law should make it legal to conceal carry rather than open carry. People always look at the negative side of carrying, but fail to see […]

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Perspectives: Corporal punishment

Perspectives: Corporal punishment

Might is not right By Jordan Roberts What makes an adult strike another adult? Better yet, what makes an adult strike a child? Could you imagine your boss or professor physically reprimanding a colleague or student because they were being noncompliant? Yeah, me either; so why is it still considered normal to physically discipline children? Children are vulnerable to their […]

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Perspectives: Beet or meat

Perspectives: Beet or meat

Embrace a healthier diet by eating less meat By Jordan Roberts. Animals have been forced to take a subordinate role to humans for nearly 12,000 years and even now in the modern age we still rely on animals for our food source. What’s striking is how unnecessary and cruel it is to eat the meat of another animal or drink […]

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Perspectives: Gun control

Perspectives: Gun control

Stricter punishments, not stricter gun control, is how we should deter gun crimes – By Gabrielle Martin. I do not believe in punishing a whole group of people due to the stupidity of several people. For this reason, I do not support stricter laws regulating gun ownership. I do, however, support putting harsher laws into effect for those illegally possessing, […]

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We need to recognize all of our prejudices

By GABRIELLE MARTIN, Staff Reporter. Following the recent shooting of 19-year-old African American Tony Robinson by Officer Matt Kenny in Wisconsin, people took to protesting with chants of “Black Lives Matter.” The #BlackLivesMatter was created in 2012 after George Zimmerman was acquitted for the death of Trayvon Martin. Personally, I feel the chant “Black Lives matter” and the #BlackLivesMatter should […]

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All Lives Matter dilutes the real message

By MARISA LORANGER, Staff Reporter. #BlackLivesMatter, the hashtag created by three women, has been a place for all people to talk about the injustice faced in the black community. Now, people have started using #AllLivesMatter, the hashtag that has been used to invalidate the oppression that the government has used to put down those of color. By saying #AllLivesMatter, it’s […]

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