The Hillary Clinton and Jill Stein camps have recently announced that they will take part in the Wisconsin voter recount. Many people are criticizing their call to do so, saying that it’s costing time and money. Shouldn’t the election results just be accepted? On Nov. 24, Kellyanne Conway, senior adviser to President-elect Donald Trump, tweeted […]

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When I began the arduous college search my junior year of high school, I prioritized two things: a city environment and diversity. I’m from a very small, rural town in northern New Jersey, and I was one of about five black kids in my graduating class of 248 students. Diversity was not something I was […]

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As someone who grew up in Florida, Disney World was a core part of my childhood so it’s no wonder that I’ve always had a soft spot for Disney princesses. From owning the snow globes, to playing with the dolls, to dressing up in the costumes, I experienced the whole Disney princess phase as a […]

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It is that time of the year when vibrant bikinis appear in wardrobes of dark clothing and shorts are dug out from beneath the heaps of sweaters and mufflers. It is the time when hitting the gym seems more important than spending hours at the library, and smoothies start replacing the usual go-to order at […]

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Honesty is a concept that our parents preached to all of us as we were growing up. It is a basic human virtue, way of life and necessity in developing positive relationships. One would hope that this virtue extends to larger institutions, more specifically the United States government. But are the organizations and companies we […]

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Spring break is a time during which college students flock to warmer climates in search of alcohol, partying and very much needed rest and relaxation. It’s a time to have fun and go crazy. “Crazy” is definitely the appropriate word to describe the events that occur every year around this time. Every year, spring break […]

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With daylight saving time passed, inquisitive minds may wonder why it’s even in place. It’s such a hassle to change clocks twice every year and to lose a whole hour of sleep in the spring. That averages to 9.9 seconds of lost sleep every night. No wonder I’m so tired all of the time. It […]

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A general sports column about everything from wins and loses to why sports is the best unscripted drama. In most parts of the country, the start of spring comes with the first flowers poking their heads up through the ground, or the first day you do not have to wear your parka to school. In […]

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