Freedom of the student press?

February 23, 2017 0

“At a time when we are faced daily with conversations about media bias, internet hoaxes, social media, fake news and alternative facts, journalist education is more important today than ever,” said Indiana Republican Rep. Ed Read More

Christmas: Is it too commercialized?

December 9, 2016 0

When you think of Christmas, what comes to mind? For some people, it’s the images of Christmas trees and Santa Claus. They think of hot chocolate and trees topped with snow. It’s being wrapped in Read More

Opinion: Final exams vs. Final projects

December 2, 2016 0

 With finals coming up, which is better? Doing a final exam or doing a final project? These columnists weigh in. All the work, minus the test anxiety By Matt Thomas I’ve never been one to Read More

Pro vs Con: Students and charities

November 18, 2016 0

During the holidays, people are encouraged to donate to those less fortunate than them. But what if you don’t have much money to spare? These columnists weigh in. Students should donate money and time By Read More

Protesting: Our right as Americans

November 18, 2016 0

Over the last few weeks, protests have become more prevalent. Protesting is a means for people with common opinions on an issue to band together and stand up for what they believe in. It’s a Read More

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