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Op-Ed: Reflections on Learning About the Civil Rights Movement

The lynching memorial at the Civil Rights Memorial Park.

Zakkai Mares-Van Praag

June 4, 2020

My trip to Alabama taught me more about the history that has disappeared beneath the surface today.

Op-Ed: How COVID-19 Has Changed the World of Ballet

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Natalie Kozhemiakin

June 4, 2020

The global pandemic has had a significant impact on dance.

Op-Ed: America’s Troubling History of Hurricanes

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Michael Young

June 4, 2020

The U.S. has a long history of deadly hurricanes, and the upcoming season could be catastrophic.

Music Review: Dua Lipa’s “Future Nostalgia”

Music Review: Dua Lipa's

Kate Hirschen

June 3, 2020

Dua Lipa has been rising to the top of the charts recently.

Op-Ed: Enough with the “Dumb Blond” Stereotype

Blond superstar crowded by paparazzi. Image purchased from Bigstock.com.

Katarina Klacko

May 28, 2020

These unfair stereotypes are a form of sexism in our society.

Comic: The Painting

Comic: The Painting

Ava Lockhart

May 26, 2020

What could be better than a beautiful painting?

Music Review: The Hotelier’s “Home, Like NoPlace Is There”

Music Review: The Hotelier's

Kolja Westhues

May 18, 2020

The album takes an untraditional path to success.

Op-Ed: Is the United States Truly Exceptional?

American flag and folded military uniform jacket. Photo purchased from BigStock.com.

Kolja Westhues

May 18, 2020

From aiding foreign coups to ineffective healthcare, the country is not all it's cracked up to be.

Op-Ed: No Matter How It’s Done, Remote Learning Isn’t as Good

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Nate Suraci

May 11, 2020

At least as far as high school is concerned, face-to-face instruction still works best.

Op-Ed: Are We Really Staying Connected?

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Karly Hamilton

May 6, 2020

Social media can help people stay connected, but it's not the ideal place to find emotional fulfillment.

Op-Ed: My Diagnosis, Five Years Later

Colorful ribbons on pink background, cancer awareness. Photo illustration purchased from BigStock.com.

Zoe Kaplan

May 4, 2020

Reflecting on everything I've been through, I realized how strong I am.

Op-Ed: The Gambling Mind

Gamer play casino roulette at a table in a casino. Betting gambling poker roulette background concept. Photo purchased from BigStock.com.

Nate Suraci

April 24, 2020

According to the laws of economics, people are rational. But gambling throws a wrench into things.