Racism continues to thrive in the fashion industry

Racist marketing, cultural appropriation, animal comparisons, and blackface are all examples of racism alive and well in today's fashion industry. Over the past few years, ...
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Forcing college applicants to choose their major is unproductive

"You won't know until you try." This is a common phrase that most people have heard their parents, family, and teachers say, and college is ...
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An immature government shutdown harms unrelated employees

It hasn't been long since America's midterm elections, but it has already begun to face the consequences of a deeply divided and painfully partisan government ...
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Memorization is difficult to teach and even harder to learn

As students maneuver their way through each school year, many find themselves memorizing the information they learned in class for their upcoming test. Memorization is ...
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Reducing our environmental impact

Climate change - two small words, only 13 letters long, that are so often stated they have seemingly been rendered meaningless. They are such an ...
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Satire: Florida’s indecision confuses citizens and residents alike

After countless elections that have been split nearly 50/50, a study is finally being conducted on why Floridians cannot come to a consensus on various ...
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The established political parties are crumbling

The Founding Fathers wholeheartedly opposed the idea of power being transferred through blood. Over the last half-century, the Bush, Reagan, Clinton, and Kennedy families have ...
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The FDA labels Juuling as an epidemic

In this day and age, smoking has attempted to evolve and transform to fit into a higher standard of health for older smokers struggling to quit. Unfortunately, ...
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Should children’s media include LGBTQ characters?

LGBTQ people are becoming more and more prevalent in our society, so why are they seen as taboo for children? Children’s television has become more ...
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Why some students are choosing to take language courses off-campus

There are roughly 6,500 languages spoken around the world today. 40 percent of the world is monolingual, or only knows one language. The standard graduation requirement across ...
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