Going to college is no longer a rarity. Many can now comfortably afford college, and even those who can’t make ends meet, arrange student loans and scholarships. Of course, a large driving factor behind the increase in the number of college-attending students is that more and more employers in the job market seek degree-holding candidates. […]

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It’s the talk of the town, for the left-wing at least: climate change. With all of its menacing effects so far (displacement of both wildlife and people in the Arctic region is just one downfall), we still have yet to hear the Republicans utter a word, except to denounce the existence of it, but will […]

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A Primer Senator Bernie Sanders of Vermont is currently experiencing a staggering rise in democratic polls in contention for the United States presidency. He edged out Hillary Clinton in early September for the top spot in both Iowa and New Hampshire. Sanders can be seen as the anti-Donald Trump. Sanders offers extreme liberalism in comparison […]

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