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Stuck on what to do with the rest of your life? Second guessing you career path? It's not the end, as I recently found out.

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Ideally, you would see a senior write about the life-changing experiences and philosophies that he or she learned while in college. Be more open-minded, more observant, more prepared, etcetera. But if there’s one thing I learned in my time of watching ESPN while I was supposed to be doing ho…

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Cancel culture has evolved over the past few years, mostly due to social media and the fragile feelings of society. According to the Dorothy Musafir article “How cancel culture attempted to silence Jamelia and Kanye West,” cancel culture is defined as “a call to boycott someone – usually a c…

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I bit at my thumb nail as I waited for the receptionist behind the desk to get a clipboard of forms ready for me to fill out and sign, stating that I need help. I quietly sat down in the waiting area and began to recount why I was back here after doing so good for nearly a year. Did I really…

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As information surfaces about the horrible condition of our environment, people turn to recycling for answers. How do we save the oceans? Recycling. How do we cut down on the overflow of trash on the planet? Recycling.

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As fans mourn the death of rapper, activist and mogul Nipsey Hussle, news stories continue to roll out covering the events leading up to the rapper’s murder — but these stories are surprisingly painted in a positive light rather than how outlets typically cover African-American murder victims.

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During my interview for Presidential Leadership Fellows last week, I was asked if I’d change anything about my time at UCA. I stopped to think for a few seconds, but I realized there isn’t anything I’d change. I have seen an immense amount growth in myself during my years at UCA. In high sch…

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After the crash of Ethiopian Airlines Flight 302 on March 10, a slow but steady process began as the Boeing 737 Max 8 plane was pulled from service all over the world. This was the second crash this type of plane was involved in, after Lion Air Flight 610 crashed into the Java Sea on October…

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Being a college student, or even a young adult, chances are that you’ve heard about Tinder and how it works. But if not, let me give you some background to start out.

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I have been in college for almost four years now, and I’m still two years away from graduating with a bachelor’s degree. How did that happen? Well the short answer is work. My first semester of college was a total failure. I didn’t know what I was getting in to. It didn’t help that my family…

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Today, many men in legislatures are passionate about saving the lives of unborn children; however, it’s a bit less common to see those same men taking responsibility for a woman’s unwanted pregnancy.

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As the semester progresses, I admit that it can be hard to keep up with my classes. The spring semester always feels a lot quicker than the fall I know that students can have trouble maintaining a constant work habit with how many assignments stack up, and it’s happened to me multiple times.…

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Recently, I was scrolling through my Facebook feed when I came across a post about a girl named AnnCatherine Heigl: a student with Down Syndrome who was a sophomore at George Mason University in Virginia. At first, I was expecting a feel-good story about how a girl who was labeled as someone…

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I know what you’re thinking: “Hazing? Again?” But this is not about the hazing carried out by the members of Greek Life; rather it’s about the Interfraternity Council’s handling of and transparency about the recent Kappa Sigma hazing incident.

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Most of us have heard the phrase before, even if we aren’t familiar with the acronym: The Freedom of Information Act or FOIA. The FOIA is federal protection designed to ensure that federal institutions don’t dupe citizens by concealing information.