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‘Opinion’ Archives

A Productive Way to Procrastinate: Organizing Your Room

By Diane Nguyen--As of right now, in the semester, I’m tired of school and homework. I’ve only been focusing on two of my four classes. Now that I have confessed, this is where all of my bad habits will change. Just kidding. So, to procrastinate some more of my schoolwork, I’m going to [...]

Words of Encouragement

By Diane Nguyen--So, it's after Valentine’s Day and you spent it single and now you’re feeling down. OR you just failed a test you spent the last week studying for or didn’t study for. Maybe you’re just feeling down for no apparent reason and just feel like sulking by yourself. Well [...]

Cute Animal Comics for When You’re Not Feeling People

By Diane Nguyen--Here I am in Minnesota with my boyfriend for a reunion. I hate people, so I don’t socialize. I say hi and then I am on the couch on my phone for the rest of the night. Or if there is an animal, where I am at, like a cat or a dog. Yes, I will be in the corner with the animal and [...]

Kung Fu Panda 3: Movie Review

Kung Fu Panda 3: Movie Review

By Rachael Arnts--Everybody is kung fu fighting to see DreamWorks Animations' third installment of Kung Fu Panda. The film starring the voice talent of Jack Black was released this past weekend. According to Box Office Mojo, the film made over $41 million in its opening weekend. The PG-rated [...]

The Iowa Caucus: What and How

The Iowa Caucus: What and How

By Kayla Samek—Today is the Iowa Caucus, and the 2016 Presidential Election is nearing. But what is a caucus and how does it work? In short, a caucus is a gathering where the Republican and Democratic parties begin to choose their candidates for the general election in November. It’s the [...]

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