22 Feb 2017

FAFSA ignores middle-class students

When throwing your graduation cap in the air, saying goodbye to childhood friends and setting off on new journeys, something that often slips the mind of graduating high school seniors is paying for college. Students may think completing FAFSA (free application for federal student aid) and having top grades is

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12 Feb 2017

Workaholic: Nothing to be proud of

The constant need to work can become addictive. Between having two caretaker jobs, being editor of the Rambler Media Group, planning a wedding, and being a full-time student, I have the constant need to be in motion. At times where I think I can finally settle and relax, the need

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01 Feb 2017

Should online shares be selective?

The ability to connect with the masses through social media has changed the world.  For many people, the constant need to check or post on social media has become an essential part of our day-to-day plans. According to digitaltrends.com, people in the U.S. check some type of social media account

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20 Jan 2017

An Open Letter to President Trump

Dear President Trump,  Congratulations! You have defied all odds and been awarded one of the most prestigious positions an American can receive: president of our great country.  I’m writing this on the day of your inauguration, and I’m hoping and praying for a greater future. I’m a pro-choice feminist that

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22 Nov 2016

Should we celebrate Thanksgiving?

Gone is a day for us to give thanks. In 1863, during the midst of the U.S. Civil War, President Abraham Lincoln declared Thanksgiving an official U.S. holiday, according to history.com. It was decided that Thanksgiving would be a day to celebrate the harvest and the hard work many people

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