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Democratic debate turns into a “free stuff” giveaway

Written by Dillon Rountree, Staff Writer “A liberal versus liberal debate about who was going to give away the most, free stuff.” These are the words of Senator Marco Rubio regarding the Democratic debate. Sen. Rubio was unfortunately right on the money. When 15.3 million Americans settled in to watch the Democratic debate in Las Vegas, they received two hours ...

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Editorial: Blaze the vote

Most people have a bubble in which they like to situate themselves. In this little bubble, they have friends, work, and responsibilities, but outside this bubble lies the unavoidable constant of reality. Imagine reality as a strong river, directing those who float onward through their lives, content with the space they have surrounded themselves with, but at the mercy of ...

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Millennial marriage: Why is everyone getting hitched?

Written by Kenzie Kesselring, Opinions Editor By the time you are in college, it seems as if every time you log into Facebook someone you went to high school with just got married. You can’t get on Instagram without seeing the girl from your soccer team’s beautiful engagement ring, and Twitter is plagued with the count down to the wedding ...

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Obama confident in millennials

Written by Mayah Cantave, Asst. Opinions Editor Millennials are the future. Millennials are older than 20 and younger than age 30. We are the future CEO’s, business leaders, and presidents of the United States. Millennials are going to rule the world one day. During the 2015 UN General Assembly, President Obama urged leaders to invest in the millennials saying, “I ...

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Misconceptions about millennials will soon fade

Written by Jamel Shorter, Staff Writer The definition of what a millennial is may vary depending on who you ask, but generally if you were born in the 80s or 90s, you can be considered a part of this frequently misunderstood generation. This particular group of people has been studied, analyzed and are now being depended on due to the ...

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Price jump of vital drug causes extreme outrage

Written by Kenzie Kesselring, Opinions Editor The rising cost of drug prices has been a topic of debate in Washington lately because it affects nearly every American at some point in his or her life. Many drugs that people need to survive are bought and sold between drug companies causing their cost to fluctuate frequently. Many drug companies, much like ...

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#ShoutYourAbortion attempts to help end stigma

Written by Julia Rodriquez, Staff Writer Abortion has been a very hot and touchy subject recently.  There has been quite a lot of debate between pro-life and pro-choice supporters, especially with Planned Parenthood being defunded. A group of women on Twitter began the #ShoutYourAbortion campaign in order to get rid of the stigma associated with abortion.  Every woman has her ...

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