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American Dirt Lacks the True Migrant Experience
Arts & Entertainment

Karen Portillo | February 12, 2020

The release of Jeanine Cummins’ novel, American Dirt, has prompted a nationwide controversy. The book is about a Mexican mother and her son fleeing to America after their family members were killed by…

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Teachers Rally for Education
News

Sarah Winters | January 27, 2020

Thousands of teachers gathered in Tallahassee on Monday, January 13th, to protest low teaching wages and a lack of instructor support that has been plaguing Florida since the 1990s.  The 1:30 p.m. rally…

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Don’t Wear a Culture, Wear a Costume
Opinions

Charlize Quinto | October 30, 2019

As we all welcome the autumnal season, we also welcome the heavily anticipated time of the year (for most)— Halloween. While you plan your costume, there is something you should consider: “Is my costume…

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Where to Draw the Line: Teachers and Students
Opinions

Aliya Linan | February 25, 2019

As high school students, we begin as young teenagers and leave as youngs adults. Some may even leave as adults in the eyes of the law. We make decisions that could affect our entire lives. Spending seven…

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The Hidden and Observant Ear of Technology
Opinions

Ethan Jayne | January 7, 2019

Since the revolutionary breakthrough of modern technology, concerns haven arisen about personal security and privacy. Fears of what can happen to a persons identity arose with the rise of social media….

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I Don’t Know What My College Major Should Be. And That’s Okay.
Opinions

Alicia DeMar | December 28, 2018

As a senior in high school, you would think that I have an idea of what my major will be in college. But I have no clue. And honestly, do I need to know?

Growing up, I went through many phases of “things…

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