13 Opinions on 13 Reasons Why
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13 Opinions on 13 Reasons Why

Netflix’s latest addition, 13 Reasons Why, has torn down quite a few social barriers.  The story follows a high school teenager named Clay Jensen as he attempts to…

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PC Government Seminar Impacting Local Communities Through Civic Engagement
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PC Government Seminar Impacting Local Communities Through Civic Engagement

As citizens of the United States, we all have the opportunity to make a difference, but what we do with that opportunity is up to us. This year,…

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Is Internet Privacy a Thing of the Past?
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Is Internet Privacy a Thing of the Past?

On Tuesday, March 27, Congress officially voted to reverse a number of internet privacy protections passed by the Obama Administration. This new law, if put into action, gives…

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Trump’s Risky Tweets
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Trump’s Risky Tweets

It is without a doubt that Donald Trump has developed an image for himself through the use of social media. The savvy businessman turned political marvel has rounded up…

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Neutrality & Censorship: Politics’ Role in the Classroom
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Neutrality & Censorship: Politics’ Role in the Classroom

During last year’s especially divisive election season, politics seemed to overflow into every aspect of day-to-day life, polarizing America’s electorate. It consumed the nation’s televisions, devoured the country’s headlines,…

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The Great Dilemma of Our Time: Lunch On-campus or Off-campus?
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The Great Dilemma of Our Time: Lunch On-campus or Off-campus?

Lunch is an integral part of everyone’s day; it is a time to fuel up for the remainder of the school day and socialize with friends.  Our cafeteria…

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Prolific Protests: Prosperous or Problematic?
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Prolific Protests: Prosperous or Problematic?

The Constitution of the United States guarantees all people five fundamental freedoms in its First Amendment: freedom of speech, religion, press, petition, and assembly. Recently, with the inauguration…

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Smunday Funday: A “National Holiday” Sweeping the Football Nation
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Smunday Funday: A “National Holiday” Sweeping the Football Nation

Whether caused by the over consumption of wings or one too many chips from the night before, the productivity of workers is destined to take a hit on this…

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A Letter From the Editors: Fishing Out Fake News
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A Letter From the Editors: Fishing Out Fake News

We now live in what has been dubbed “The Age of Information.” This is the era when you can learn how to code on Youtube, order Dominos on…

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Facebook Live: Beyond the Screen
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Facebook Live: Beyond the Screen

The world beyond our screens can be a frightening place. Incidents of crime and abuse happen everyday behind closed doors, away from the tiny iPhone camera lens. But…

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