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A Different Kind of Vanity

Gabrielle Kossuth, Lifestyle Editor

If a random passerby were asked to describe me, “makeup-obsessed” is probably not the first phrase that would come to mind. More often than not, I can be found with little to no cosmetic products on my face. This is not due to a lack of caring about my appearance, but rather an unexplainable struggle to get out of the door on time in the morning. Regardless, I consider myself to be absolutely...

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This is Not a Drill

Anya Soller, Opinions Editor

Two weeks ago, a 15 year old opened fire in his Kentucky high school and killed two of his classmates. Despite the horrible tragedy and the serious implication of this being the thirteenth mass shooting in the first month of 2018, the news cycle quickly moved on to other distressing stories, which seem to be in no short supply recently. What may have been front page news ten years ago, or even five, ...

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My Way / Kaycee Orwig

Kaycee Orwig, Principal Photographer
February 10, 2018

I believe in a God who “so loved the world that he gave his one and only son” to die the most excruciating death so that we may have eternal life in heaven (John 3:16). I believe we were created by God and for God. Without Him, I am left wondering, what are we living for? Christian or not, be honest with yourself here and truly think about it. Have you ever felt an emptiness in your life, a ...

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My Way / Alex Wältermann

Alex Wältermann
January 24, 2018

Whenever one references “Asperger Syndrome,” people unfamiliar with the disorder react with trepidation. Inquiries into its nature follow suit, for such a peculiar name must tether itself to an equally idiosyncratic disorder. It is dismissed as a manifestation of Autism to avoid extraneous explanation, allowing stigma and stereotype to override the experiences of the diagnosed, whilst we remain...

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My Way / Mo Khatami

Mohammad Khatami, Guest Writer
January 17, 2018

Stay a while and listen! Few people have ever met a Shiite, and fewer have met one who writes in English. It’s not hard to see why Shiites are so overlooked. If we are not praying to the East or mourning the death of a martyr, we are most likely fasting for Ramadan. No Shiite wants to experience infinite damnation, and Ramadan is the perfect opportunity for us to flaunt piety and avoid hell. But,...

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