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Tune In, Don’t Tune Out

It is now 2017 and that means there are big changes. It’s a new year, a new semester and a new shift in politics. Inauguration day has come and gone, and with it, a new president has been put in the White House. You can like it. You don’t have to

A new hope for women

The impact of Star Wars is lost on too many young kids and even adults. They simply see a franchise with no real importance. Unlike them, the VHS copies I had were my most prized possessions. It is funny really when you look at the old version and see these beautiful

Why don’t you like refugees

The past five years has left Syria a worn-torn country with its people fleeing their homes. Syrian nationals have become internationally displaced people (IDP) and refugees, however they have had trouble finding safe and welcoming countries they can flee to, and the United States hasn’t been an extremely welcoming host.

Single and wanderlust stricken millenial

The importance of experiencing traveling alone Amber Robertson, Page Editor Travel. The word conjures images of foreign lands, unfamiliar languages, and endless possibilities. In the generation of millennials , it’s very common to be stricken with wanderlust. But the number of us that actually travel is pretty low. Why is that? According to