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Opinion: Migrant Children Separated from Families In Concentration Camps

December 7, 2018 by

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Under President Trump’s executive order, children are being separated from their parents at the border and are being detained in a “tent city” in Texas. Some opponents to the plan have used the term “concentration camps,” as these camps are prison-like facilities that prevent underage individuals from leaving because of who they are. As the […]

Opinion: Kavanaugh Appointment Too Hasty

November 14, 2018 by

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Allegations of sexual assault, no matter the degree, whether or not it was reported right away, or how many years have gone by since the incident, should still be considered relevant. Just because a crime was not reported right after the occurrence does not mean it did not happen. “I don’t think the FBI were […]

Climate Change Continues Encroachment

November 12, 2018 by

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  In just over a decade, if the human population does not change its ways, the effects of climate change will become irreversible. Reports say the world’s coral reefs will die off as soon as 2040. This is within many of the current population’s lifetime. Climate change has been an increasingly prominent issue within the […]

Fake National Honors Society Scams Students

November 5, 2018 by

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A misleading honor society is scamming high school students across the country. The National Society of High School Scholars misleads students into thinking they are joining the National Honor Society and asks them to pay a $60 membership fee. The NSHSS sends a letter of invitation over the summer to high school students. The letter […]

Eating Vegan Has Countless Benefits

October 27, 2017 by

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People who follow a vegan diet display lower cholesterol and lower blood pressure.  They also have a less likely chance of getting colon and prostate cancer, as well as a decreased rate of ischemic heart disease. Veganism is a dietary lifestyle that, after much research, is found to be beneficial in many ways. Going vegan […]

Mandatory Recycling Makes an Impact

October 23, 2017 by

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Recycling has been around for years, and it’s definitely influencing the environment. Thirty of the nation’s one hundred largest cities have mandatory recycling. Mandatory recycling only began in January of 2006. Since then, recycling rates have increased. Mandatory recycling mostly affects businesses.  Enforcement on this in the workplace must be implied because there is a […]

Dairy Industry a Threat to Cows

June 1, 2017 by

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Of the nine million dairy cows in the dairy industry, three million are slaughtered at less than half of their natural lifespan. The startling truth about the dairy industry may come as a surprise to many. To make cows produce more milk than they would naturally, they are forcibly impregnated constantly. Once the female cow […]