Breaking the Stigma Surrounding Cannabis

By Kurtis Kendall Cannabis has long been a drug ingrained in American culture. The perception and stigma surrounding cannabis or “marijuana” from the time I was born to today has changed quite drastically. My parents grew up with Cheech and Chong poking fun at the drug in their films, simultaneously while the US government scheduled cannabis in the same category […]

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The Need for the Press

By John Plue In light of the recent World Press Freedom Day on May 3, it is important to remember why journalism is vital to everyday society. World Press Freedom Day “celebrates the fundamental principles of press freedom, to evaluate press freedom around the world, to defend the media from attacks on their independence and to pay tribute to journalists […]

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Victoria’s Secret’s Fall From Heaven

By Charlotte Schofield The customer in front of me looks crestfallen, her face shows her disappointment as I tell her we don’t carry her size in store, and if she wants to order it the price will be $15 more for shipping. After a twenty-minute Bra-sizing with multiple try-ons, I still could not bring a smile to her face, so […]

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Britain’s Potential Exit from the European Union

By Olivia Koravos Brexit is a term that combines the words “Britain” and “exit,” and represents the process that is Britain leaving the European Union. According to BBC.com, a popular vote was held on June 23rd, 2016 that had registered UK voters decide whether or not the UK should stay in the EU or leave. Thirty million people voted with […]

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All For Paws

By John Plue Some may argue that buying a pet is more beneficial than adopting a pet. The Spruce Pet, a website that offers tips and training advice to help owners better care for their pets features an article titled 9 Reasons to Buy a Dog from a Breeder, suggesting the benefits as knowing the puppy’s history, knowing the health […]

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