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Eliminate Ableism for Greater Equality

Sasha Tyner, Opinion, Science and the Environment

November 25, 2014

Society is progressing, albeit excruciatingly slowly, towards a higher level of acceptance for people in marginalized and oppressed groups. Why, then, do we allow ableist language to run rampant in our vocabularies? This is a...

Standardized Testing our Patience

Denby Huber, A&E writer, Opinion

November 20, 2014

We are all different; we think differently, we look different and we learn differently. So why are we all tested the same way? We are all individuals, some smarter than others in unique ways. We all live different lives, some...

Give Us a Voice: Why 16 and 17 year olds Should Have the Right to Vote

Gillian Smith, News, Science and the Environment

November 18, 2014

The recent referendum in Scotland prompted many discussions about independence and what it means to be a country, but it also started one more. Should 16 and 17 years olds be granted the right to vote? It's no secret that here...

Put Yourself in Our Shoes

Put Yourself in Our Shoes

November 4, 2014

Costume Controversy

Breanne Hotzon, What's Trending, Opinion

October 24, 2014

Halloween - the time of year that kids of all ages wait anxiously for to collect sweets, get spooked, and show off their costumes. Unfortunately for some, school has put a damper on their Halloween spirit by restricting the wearing...

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