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Ebola crisis: a world in need

Ebola has been the cause of panic recently. But only since it has arrived in the US, has the US cared about Ebola. West Africa has not been a thought in the US until it was found out that a man had arrived from there without being treated for Ebola immediately.

by · October 24, 2014 · 0 comments · Editorials
Medication provides the easy way out.

Death with dignity

Assisted suicide has blown up the Internet recently due to Brittany Maynard choosing to end her life via medication. She has come to focus more on how she will die and taking it into her own hands than spending every moment with family and friends.

by · October 24, 2014 · 0 comments · Editorials
Under the Radar: Diplomatic Darkness

Under the Radar: Diplomatic Darkness

The U.S. should reestablish diplomatic relations with Iran to shed more light on the nation’s intentions for its nuclear program.

by · October 20, 2014 · 0 comments · Editorials, World/National
Time doesn’t slow down until we rest.

The fleeting silence

Silence is a moment many long for but struggle to find through the sluggishness of a busy life. It is important to take the time for rest and peace as a reminder of stillness in God. We look to define ourselves by success but must remember God loves us no matter what.

by · October 17, 2014 · 0 comments · Editorials, Uncategorized
Strut your stuff, peacock.

Hipster haranguing

Hipsters get a bad rap for being arrogant or a feeling of jealousy depending on who you ask. Hipsters set the trends but don’t become a part of the crowd. Don’t follow the popular but find some obscure tastes in music and art.

by · October 3, 2014 · 0 comments · Editorials
Sammy boys gather for a favorite holiday.

I love Wengatz

Hilarious costumes and many layers of clothing are a mainstay in Wengatz Appreciation Day. It makes people think there is a rivalry between Sammy and Wengatz but it is done for fun and games. It is in comedic joy for the history of the two dorms.

by · October 3, 2014 · 0 comments · Editorials
Under the Radar: A State of Disarray

Under the Radar: A State of Disarray

A discussion about the hyper-partisanship in Congress, its abysmal approval ratings, and a recommendation of how Americans can improve the situation on Capitol Hill.

by · September 29, 2014 · 0 comments · Editorials, World/National
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Yik Yak talk back

Yik Yak has created a space for truth and honesty. But it allows people to take things too far without any repercussions. Complaining about unimportant details is not the way to go in our walk with Christ. It doesn’t show grace or patience.

by · September 26, 2014 · 0 comments · Editorials
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Standing on equality’s front

Feminism is normally considered a bad word in our culture. But Emma Watson has redefined feminism through her speech at the U.N. headquarters. The invitation to men to be a part of the solution was extended and hopefully will lead to gender equality.

by · September 26, 2014 · 0 comments · Editorials
Third world culture: Catholic edition

Third world culture: Catholic edition

Christianity is full of different denominations. But many people divide up the denominations and forget they are all a part of something bigger, something beautiful- Christianity. It is important to remember all denominations are equal and share Christ’s love.

by · September 19, 2014 · 0 comments · Editorials