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Editorial: Pushing the boundaries of a nation’s trust

Editorial: Pushing the boundaries of a nation’s trust

February 9, 2016

A common perception persists among the nation’s informed public: consistently declining trust in federal and state government officials.   While ... Read more »

Just the tip: Masturbation is key

Just the tip: Masturbation is key

February 9, 2016

Being healthy is important and one thing that is healthy is masturbating. Masturbation is a way to stay healthy for men and women. It can take a few minutes or... Read more »

Mosquitos: It’s time to wipe out our smallest, deadliest enemy

Mosquitos: It’s time to wipe out our smallest, deadliest enemy

February 9, 2016

The Zika virus is quickly being recognized as a global pandemic. But what is it? The Zika virus is a member of the virus family Flaviviridae, and it... Read more »

Facts of science over myths of religion

Facts of science over myths of religion

February 9, 2016

God(s) are not real. By God, I mean a supreme being that people believe is the creator of all things. Religion, as a whole, is a way for certain institution... Read more »

Trump: An election joke

Trump: An election joke

February 9, 2016

While many friends of mine like to toss around the, “I’ll move to Canada if Trump gets elected” hogwash, I refuse to go that far. How many of those pe... Read more »

Are we text robots? Texting taking over lives in the modern age

Are we text robots? Texting taking over lives in the modern age

February 9, 2016

Is anyone alive anymore? Are we all paralyzed by fear? Why text when we can just call? How many poor souls have perished behind a “lol”? How many relat... Read more »

Just the tip: Not fade away

Just the tip: Not fade away

December 10, 2015

Casual sex has lost the taboo it once held. Two people can have some sweaty fun, then may not see each other ever again. This is fine, but it doesn’t ... Read more »

Editorial

Editorial

December 10, 2015

Surprise! Sometimes college students drink alcohol when they’re not supposed to. In what amounts to predictable circumstances, an inappropriate use of alcoh... Read more »

From one to many: Generalizing  religions

From one to many: Generalizing religions

December 10, 2015

No two humans are the same, yet we continue to treat them like they are. Recently, people treated members of certain religious groups based on the actions of... Read more »

Not without reason: French racism sparks aggression

Not without reason: French racism sparks aggression

December 10, 2015

The Nov. 13 Paris attacks had a greater effect on French society than most outsiders realize. To fully comprehend what fomented these attacks, it’s necessar... Read more »

Walking a mile in another girl’s pants

Walking a mile in another girl’s pants

December 8, 2015

You see girls wearing yoga pants a lot. Believe it or not boys, it’s not just for you. So if it’s true that girls don't just wear leggings because... Read more »

Anti-vaxxers ignore the science

Anti-vaxxers ignore the science

December 7, 2015

“Yeah, but I still wouldn’t get a flu shot” she almost needlessly exclaimed at the conclusion of a conversation a friend and I were having concerning... Read more »