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Hate in America

OPINION Although our country is not the most divided that it has ever been, it is still plagued with anger and hate. People have different ideas on why this is; maybe social media has just become a window into people’s unpopular beliefs and warped opinions. Or maybe radical idealism is becoming more frequent. Whatever is… Keep Reading

Columns/Para(Legally) Laughable

Legally Confused

Society has become quick to condemn and vilify public information. In this column first-year Paralegal student Charles Crosier breaks down what’s wrong and what’s right in: (Para) Legally Laughable!  Disclaimer: This column in no way constitutes legal advice. It is simply an opinion of the author. Entering my first year in paralegal studies I’ve come… Keep Reading

Opinion

How about being thankful before we open presents?

Before we open presents, can we appreciate the turkey mom spent half a day on? The holidays are coming up and many are very excited about holiday festivities such as hanging up stockings, Christmas shopping and New Year resolutions. With all of this excitement in the air, some are forgetting that it is still November.… Keep Reading

Review/video games

Call of Duty: back into history for a new game

   Hardcore fans of the Call of Duty franchise can now pick up their newest addition: Call of Duty WW2, developed by Sledgehammer games (last release was by Infinity Ward). The fast-paced first person shooter had a midnight release Nov. 2.    Call of Duty WW2 tells the grim story of World War II. For… Keep Reading

ASUCC/Campus Life

ASUCC events

NAME THE TURKEY The “Name the Turkey” contest which started on Nov. 1 runs through Nov. 9 in the Student Center. The top five names will be up for a vote soon, and the winning turkey name will be announced the week of Nov.  13. FOOD DRIVE ASUCC will collect food for Thanksgiving baskets and… Keep Reading

Movies/Review

Does ‘IT’ stay afloat? A comparison between ‘It’ from 1990 and the recent 2017 remake

The infamous dancing clown Pennywise in the remake of “IT” is back yet again to feast upon the young in Stephen King’s novel, written by Chase Palmer, Cary Joji Fukunaga, Gary Dauberman and directed by Argentine screenwriter Andrés Muschietti. Muschietti’s directing is similar to his 2013 horror production, “Mama.” “IT” and “Mama” are his only… Keep Reading

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ASUCC Column

The ASUCC Leadership Board is comprised of five elected officers, 10 appointed senators and representatives from campus clubs and student organizations. They keep students informed about administrative and legislative policies that directly affect students, foster communities through campus activities and provides opportunities for student leadership skill development. Student leaders participate in college teams, committees and… Keep Reading

Opinion

The rise of independence

Democracy has been the stable foundation of this country for hundreds of years, and the party system has been the driving force behind that. We, as the people, select a party to back and then vote for politicians from that party for office. However, it seems that people are abandoning this system and deciding to… Keep Reading

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Columns/Television

Binge Watch? Binge Watch!

Guest editor: Charles Crosier As summer approaches we all are going to have at least a little more free time compared to fall, winter and spring. Now, we might want to get something done but let’s be honest with ourselves; we’re going to find ourselves in front of the TV at some point and it can… Keep Reading

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