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ADA reform controversial

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The Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) of 1990 was a step forward in improving the lives of people with disabilities. The ADA reform of 2017 would not necessarily set the country back in this progress, but it wouldn’t move it forward either. The ADA prohi... More »

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Kneeling sends the wrong message

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The definition of betrayal according to Google is “the action of betraying one’s country, a group, or a person; treachery.” Betrayal is the word I would use to best describe the act of kneeling during our National Anthem. The thought of kneeling duri... More »

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Letter to the Editor: the controversy of Charles Murray

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To the Editor: The front page article in the Provoc on October 4, “Cancelled speaker invokes controversy,” reported on the administration’s decision to cancel a scheduled talk by the political scientist Dr. Charles Murray. In the piece, it was noted th... More »

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Top three movies for Halloween

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Around this time of year, most people are probably sitting in front of their TV watching Freeform’s “13 days of Halloween,” which basically consists of Hocus Pocus and maybe Addams Family Values thrown in there once or twice. Now, I love both of thos... More »

Go your own way

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So here we are. We’ve officially hit the halfway point of the semester. Welcome to midterms, people. The fact that I’m a senior this year took a while to sink in. At the beginning of the semester, I was pretty much ready to jump into the real world. Four y... More »

Every last one

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For a writer, I’m actually pretty bad at reading. Over the summer, when I really didn’t have much to do, I could finish a book in about a week. Once school begins, it can take me months to even get halfway through something. I also may not even finish it d... More »

Diversity in film

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It’s been a trend that has beset many movies produced in Hollywood, and only now is being recognized: whitewashing. It has presented itself in many classic films such as Breakfast at Tiffany’s, West Side Story, Scarfaceand much more. Why has whitewashin... More »

Finding the foundation

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 When I first began applying for colleges, I knew that I wanted to major in History. I always had a certain passion for the subject, and I wanted to spend the next four years of my life studying it in detail. Of course, as soon as I told any friends and famil... More »

Refugee cap at record low

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It’s weird to say that I am a political science major who doesn’t like talking about modern politics. Well, that’s not true, I just prefer to read Plato’s Republic or to argue the merits of the just war theory than to talk about President Trump. I li... More »

iPhone X not worth the money

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On September 22, 2017, the Apple iPhone 8 was released. Before then, Apple decided they wanted to release the innovative new iPhone X. Why would they want to do this? This iPhone X was supposed to be the anniversary iPhone. Is it really worth buying? I donR... More »

Sean Spicer’s appearance at the Emmys unwanted

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If you watched the Emmy’s, you probably joined the audience in their gasps as, of all the people in the world that could have been there, none other than Sean Spicer took the stage – podium and all. Spicer, who served as both White House Press Secretar... More »

Finding fall fun

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There is far more to fall other the infamous seasonal pumpkin spice lattes sold by Starbucks. The season is accompanied by colorful foliage, fuzzy scarves, pumpkins, warm flannels, hot apple cider, apple cider doughnuts, apple picking and plenty more apple-typ... More »