Over 84 Million Eyes On Hofstra University
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Over 84 Million Eyes On Hofstra University

With all the anticipation and fanfare of a world heavyweight boxing title bout, the first presidential debate of 2016 was held at 9 PM EST on Monday, September…

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Best Moments of HoCo
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Best Moments of HoCo

Homecoming 2016 was surely memorable.  With so many events taking place throughout the week, it can be hard to zero in on a single favorite.  Type One writers…

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Homecoming in September?
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Homecoming in September?

It is that time of the year again. Homecoming is quickly approaching, but many students have been questioning the scheduling of the events.  Is it better to have…

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Survival Guide to AP Exams
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Survival Guide to AP Exams

With AP exams just around the corner, students around Pine Crest are seen with piles of review books, textbooks, pens, highlighters, and gallons of coffee as they try their…

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We All Have Rights
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We All Have Rights

On March 23 of 2016, Pat McCrory, Governor of North Carolina, ignited an uproar in signing the HB2 bill, a bill stating that everyone must use the bathroom…

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Fighting For Us: Hillary In Miami
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Fighting For Us: Hillary In Miami

As the race to the White House continues, Democratic Presidential candidate Hillary Clinton attended a fundraising event on Tuesday, April 12th, 2016 (which also happened to be Equal…

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I Think I’m a Republican?
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I Think I’m a Republican?

Am I a Republican? I want an answer because increasingly, in this election cycle, I find myself disheartened in a way. This man that everyone keeps talking about,…

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Recycling: Reducing, Reusing, and You
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Recycling: Reducing, Reusing, and You

Have you ever wondered where plastic and paper items end up after they enter a recycling bin? In most cases, recycled objects are collected by trucks and taken…

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Road to Equality
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Road to Equality

According to the 2010 US census, there are about five million more women in this country than there are men, so why is it that women are still…

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The Last Candidate in the 2016 Election: the Media
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The Last Candidate in the 2016 Election: the Media

Taking part in the 2016 Presidential Election may seem rather daunting to today’s teenagers. Whether it is peer influence, parental persuasion, or the overwhelming presence of the media…

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