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Surviving Holiday Horrors

Surviving Holiday Horrors

December 4, 2019

Life Post-Campus

Life Post-Campus

December 4, 2019

Costume Catastrophe: Where do we Draw the Line on the First Amendment?

Nathan Cooper, Staff Writer

November 5, 2019

Although the employees’ costumes were in bad taste and offensive, we should not fire them or even punish them. The University is a publicly funded institution, and as such is held to a stricter interpretation of the first ame...

Costume Catastrophe: Has Halloween Become a Holiday for Racists?

Claire Starling, Staff Writer

November 5, 2019

Halloween has been regarded as a celebrated and time honored tradition that holds many different meanings for many people. For kids, it’s the time of year to have fun and load up on delicious candy. For teens, it’s the ti...

Just Getting Bi

Camille Daley, Staff Writer

October 29, 2019

Now is a better time than ever to bring up one of many LGBTQ+ topics, what with it being Queertober and all. Bisexual representation and progress in the LGBTQ+ community are being made. This is the first October I’ve had wh...

Hate to Drone On, But…

Hate to Drone On, But…

October 29, 2019

The Fine Line Between Technology and Immorality

Kaisha Johnson, Staff Writer

October 29, 2019

Despite this being one of the most overly recited statements regarding technology, its use is one of the most significantly immersive developments humanity has yet to be exposed to. There is not a second that goes by where peop...

The Latest Health Fad: CBD Oil

Kaisha Johnson, Staff Writer

October 22, 2019

Fads are inevitable. They keep things regulated while simultaneously introducing fresh concepts, even when everyone is better off without them. Every few months or so, there tends to be consistent marketing for a new health fa...

Campus Organizations

Campus Organizations

October 22, 2019

The Aurora Rumor

Spencer Voyles, Staff Writer

October 15, 2019

Despite its stellar box office debut, the new DC film Joker has been steeped in controversy since the debut of its first trailer. Critics have been quick to call out the film’s focus on mental illness as a catalyst for violence,...

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