1. Eagerly waiting for the debate to start. If you’re not watching this go down on Twitter or POLITICO, I would highly recommend checking it out. Never in my life have I been more amused by the banter and propaganda their parties are posting for them as they debate. The only thing better than watching […]

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I woke up one morning to devastating notifications no one wants to receive. Every news application on my phone sent out a notification about a terrorist attack in a Brussels airport. Receiving this news made my stomach turn upside down. How could another attack occur? Not only were hundreds of lives recently lost in the […]

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Merriam-Webster defines terrorism as, “the use of violent acts to frighten people in an area as a way of trying to achieve a political goal,” or in other words, the act of instilling fear. So terrorism is measured by how successful it is in doing so. Does the country react to terrorism with panic or calm? […]

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By Bekah Paxton, Staff Writer @bekahpaxton Memorizing dates and long, less-than-memorable names is important for a history exam. There’s also this test called LIFE, and if we are going to be functioning members of society, we need to know what’s going on in it. This column is here to do “political science” — to break down the […]

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