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Do You Believe in Love?

For thousands of years, human beings have been trying to understand love. It is the great unknown, unpredictable and unquantifiable, and there seems to be no way to define this enduring enigma. To try and control something as inexplicable as love seems ridiculous, even laughable, yet this is what laws …

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Reflections On Yahoo by Vivek Monteiro

Today when  someone asks us a question we do not know the answer to, what do we say? “Google it.” This term may not necessarily always be referring to google.com itself, but it is evident that Yahoo! has lost the monopoly it once held as premiere search engine. Yahoo, a …

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Who Let the Dogs Out

They are everywhere. They share our homes, our beds, our seat on the couch. They come in all shapes and sizes, colors and temperaments. They can be calm and they can be high-strung, but one trait is universal throughout them all: they are man’s best friend. Almost every child in …

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Let’s Talk About It

As an aspiring journalist, I find myself utterly disgusted at what the news chooses to report and how much they choose to reveal. Trying to keep up with current events is extremely frustrating. Not because stories are not being reported, but because news coverage is extremely selective and many times …

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Preserving the Holiday Spirit

When  child is born, his or her mind is similar to a blank canvas- unmarred by the black horizons of prejudice and the foreboding shades of bias. Throughout the formative years of a child’s youth, the educational system plays an influential role in shaping a child’s attitudes and opinions regarding …

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If you’re happy & you know it

Epidemics, political scandals, riots, terrorism. All current news stories, all grim and terrible. These issues are all reasons why countless Americans wake up drained of hope before they even get out of bed. Yes, news is vital to global awareness. But there should be a balance between good and bad. …

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“Hands up, don’t shoot”

Riots supporting Ferguson are popping up around the country because of the grand jury’s decision not to indict officer Darren Wilson after he killed Michael Brown, but is that the proper reaction? After all, Shawn Parcells, the forensics “expert” who came on national television supporting the “hands up” mantra after …

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Con: Obama’s Immigration Plan

Con: Obama’s Immigration Plan President Barack Obama recently passed an executive order concerning a new immigration policy. allows amnesty, no deportation, only for those who can prove they’ve lived here for five years. it does not grant citizenship, but gives benefits that affect our economy. The policy protects them from …

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Pro: Obama’s immigration plan

America prides itself on being a melting pot of cultures and ethnicities, but what use is that pride if 11 million of the people living here are hiding in the shadows? On Nov. 20, President Barack Obama announced his intentions to fix facets of America’s immigration system. The four principles …

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Bill Cosby: a new perception of an old legend

Recent allegations against Bill Cosby, a man known for clean and typically expletive-free humor, have brought to light 16 counts of sexual assault. The comedian, who lit up households with classic jokes such as “chocolate cake for breakfast”, and “Dad, I’m Jesus Christ”, is now being forced down the path …

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