Opinion

The joke is over: it’s time to stop endorsing Trump’s candidacy

The joke is over: it’s time to stop endorsing Trump’s candidacy

   Photo Credit: www.donaldjtrump.com At first, it was funny – the thought of business tycoon Donald J. Trump running for president. It seemed he just wanted to prove he could do it again, after having given up his chance in the 2012 elections....

 

A Beautiful Dark Twisted Twitter Feud

With the birth of his two children, and marrying Kim Kardashian, it seemed that Yeezus had finally began settling down. He had not made any obnoxious displays of Kanye-ness in a while and his new songs, “Facts” and “Real Friends” were...

 

Making a Murderer will challenge your perception of America’s justice system

Imagine going through your daily regimen and suddenly being confronted by police officers. Imagine being charged and convicted with a heinous crime you are oblivious to, even though you had multiple alibis. Imagine spending 18 years in prison...

 

Is Dr. King’s dream a reality?

The 30th anniversary of Martin Luther King, Jr. Day has passed, and once again it was celebrated with sheer mediocrity. The day has become one of the few times a year that everyone must acknowledge what Civil Rights leaders accomplished in terms...

 

Unnecessary standardized tests

Unnecessary standardized tests

Throughout an educational career, tests are the bane of any student’s existence. Students may be pleased to hear Obama’s recent classification of standardized tests as unnecessary. His administration aims to limit standardized test prepping...

 

Keep your stress in check in the final stretch

Keep your stress in check in the final stretch

Finals week is upon us, and all that stands between a well-deserved holiday and us is a few exams, a final paper or two and maybe a presentation. For some people, it is no sweat, but for many, finals week can be more daunting than the whole...

 

Kesha’s fight for justice

Kesha’s fight for justice

According to the Rape, Abuse & Incest National Network (RAINN), 68 percent of sexual assaults are not reported to the police, and 98 percent of rapist will never spend a day in jail. The singer/songwriter Kesha Rose Serbert, formerly known...

 

Weekday Warriors and the dangers of always going home

Weekday Warriors and the dangers of always going home

We all have that friend who without fail packs up their little night bag and goes home each and every weekend. I, for one know several people like this, and though spending time with family is certainly important, I worry about what will happen...

 

Students seek study help over the counter

Students seek study help over the counter

As the semester comes to a close at UWG, students are left with less and less time to finish papers, projects and studying altogether. Time is ticking. Coffee and Red Bull only offer so much of a kick before the caffeine crash hits. Quick fixes...

 

Coding isn’t gender coded

Coding isn’t gender coded

Photo Credit: Invented By Girls Production A documentary garnered to inspire women to embark in the world of software development was released recently. This documentary, CodeGirl was made by filmmaker Lesley Chilcott and was released on YouTube...

 
 
 
 

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