25 Sep 2017

Americans impacted by DACA’s end

When U.S. Attorney General Jeff Sessions announced earlier this month that the DACA (Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals) program will be rescinded, 800,000 dreamers had to question the fate of their lives in America. Among those 800,000 is my best friend. When I learned the program was going away, my

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08 Sep 2017

Slabach addresses Charlottesville in open letter

Dear Members of the Texas Wesleyan Community, Welcome to the start of a new academic year. We always look forward to the increased activity when students return in the fall and our campus becomes a lively living and learning community. As everyone returns to campus, I want to affirm the

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29 Apr 2017

Will Trump start another world war?

On April 4, at least 58 people were killed in a chemical attack on the rebel-held town of Khan Sheikhoun; this led President Donald Trump to fire missiles into Syria two days later, according to cnn.com. As a result, people in the United States have started to question whether history

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29 Apr 2017

Our obsession with animals on the internet

On April 15, at 9:55 a.m., 1.2 million people tuned into the livestream of April the giraffe giving birth to her new baby boy. The days leading up to the birth were met with great anticipation from across the internet, but why? What started out as just a Facebook livestream

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16 Apr 2017

Fixing issues through mutual respect

America’s mood is bitter to say the least.  Many American people are stressed from working long hours and receiving low pay; frustrated with an economy of rising prices and declining jobs; worried about a generation growing up in unstable households and a weak education system; and neurotic from a hostile

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