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Keeping an eye on climate change

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I’m kind of an eco-nerd. Okay, I’m a big eco-nerd, meaning that I advocate for the planet quite a bit. I mean, I was preaching to my roommate about chlorofluorocarbons and air pollution the other day. I’ve seen every episode of Bill Nye Saves the World... More »

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Tech obsession becoming robot takeover

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Hello and welcome to 2018, where more than 70 percent of Americans fear that robots are taking over the world. Okay, perhaps I fudged the wording a bit, but before you roll your eyes, let me just say, this data is not from attendees of a sci-fi convention or ... More »

Over and over and over again

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In a moment, everything can change. In a moment, your whole life can be turned upside down. In a moment, life can begin. Or it can end. I remember the moment that I had heard about the Boston Marathon bombing. I had just stepped foot off a plane in Orlando. Wa... More »

Face the Music

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Like everyone, I always write about the things that I love. I’ve written about movies, books, the paranormal or just moments in my life that have made me laugh. But, one thing I’ve never written about is my passion for music. In high school, I did every ch... More »

Senior Column: Finding the right fit

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After writing for the Le Provocateur since 2016, it is truly bittersweet to be writing this article. Now, as a current senior, I remember walking into my first Provoc meeting as a sophomore, excited but a little nervous. Honestly, that pretty much sums up my e... More »

Impact of Walmart’s wage raise

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The United States’ largest employer, Walmart, announced recently that they will be laying off 7,500 of their 2,300,000 employees with the closing of 63 Sam’s Club stores. At the same time, they will also be raising their employee’s minimum wage from 10 t... More »

Catching up on Trump

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Donald Trump has been serving as president of the United States of America for over a year now. He presides over a deeply divided country, one that can’t seem to agree on anything. One thing it can agree on mostly, however, is that Trump is not doing as good... More »

Senior Column: A wakeup call

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In high school I always felt like the supporting actor in the major motion picture of my life. It seemed I was hired to merely show up each day and let everyone else write my story. I was cast as the shy, lonely kid, and my part consisted of a few fake laughs,... More »

Generation Instant-gratification?

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Veruca Salt has been on my mind lately. If her name doesn’t ring a bell, perhaps a reminder of her unsweetened attitude would. In the fictional world of Willy Wonka, this girl was the one who just would not wait for chocolate, or anything else for tha... More »

Caroline Says: Surviving 2017

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For the past three years, I’ve always started off the New Year by processing the year before. I begin with going back. I do so by sharing my top three most embarrassing moments of the year prior. There has been a lot of tripping, yelling and a whole bunch of... More »

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Horror film turned comedy, according to the Globes

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(Warning: This article contains spoilers for the film Get Out) Award shows never fail to have some form of controversy whirling around them, whether it is a snub or a surprise. Recent Oscar nominations have movie-goers ready to cheer on their favorite films. ... More »