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Thursday February 22nd 2018



‘Opinion’ Archives

People express their pain differently

By Brittany Poss-- In the event of a tragedy there are two strong emotions that unite those who are suffering; love and pain. Another emotion that is as strong as these is hate. But hate is an emotion that separates and divides. In the event of a funeral, everyone is grieving but it may not be [...]

The debt ceiling debacle

By Hamza Farah-- I was so surprised Representative Michelle Bachmann vented her ideas on the debt ceiling. Mrs. Bachmann said she would not vote on raising the debt ceiling no matter how lucrative a compromise. In the debt ceiling negotiations, the deals the Democrats offered were very [...]

Osama bin Laden killed

by Jordan Ogren-- Justice was served Monday when reports that 9/11 mastermind, Osama bin Laden, was killed by a small task force of U.S. Navy Seals in a firefight at a secret compound in Abbottabad, Pakistan. Bin Laden had been in hiding for nearly ten years. Five people were killed in the [...]

Visit modern Northern Ireland

By Stephen Campbell-- With the end of the semester fast approaching and many wondering what to do with their summer, especially seniors it seemed like a good time to write an article about why people should visit Northern Ireland. The legacy of Northern Ireland in the 1980s and the view that [...]

What’s Going on in Japan?

By Gustav Hollnagel-- Earthquake in Japan – Did you know? Due to the misery in Japan, I’d like to devote this editorial to some updates on the happenings. In my eyes, college students should be aware of global catastrophes and its implications. So this, I guess, isn’t your ordinary [...]

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