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8 Lessons You Learn From Living In A Dorm

Living in a dorm room with a new roommate is one of the most exciting things about going to school away from home. You encounter so many new obstacles and experiences, which can be challenging at times, but overall, worth it. Here are some lessons I learned from the past [...]

Where Are They Now: 2016 Presidential Candidates Edition

Gary Johnson (L): The Libertarian candidate and former governor of New Mexico, Gary Johnson made himself pretty well known for a third-party candidate this past election season. But since the election, Johnson has kept himself under the radar. Once the election ended, he told the Albuquerque Journal that he’s done [...]

To the Girl Who Is Afraid to Speak Her Mind

As a fairly conservative student who attends a school where over 70% of the student body identifies with the Democratic Party, and living  in a city where 80% of registered voters are Democrats, I know how it feels to be afraid to say what’s on my mind. I’m constantly considering [...]

FBI Reopens Clinton Email Investigation 11 Days Before Election Day

Earlier today, it was announced that the investigation of Clinton’s emails would be reopened because of new emails. James Comey, director of the FBI, previously recommended that no charges be brought against Secretary Clinton earlier in the year even though her actions were “very careless.” Today, he decided to reopen [...]

What The Left Doesn’t Want You To Know About The 1%

You probably say you hate the 1 percent because of the rumors you’ve heard about them. You may have heard, “they didn’t earn their money; they’re just trust-fund kids,” “they cheated their way to the top,” or, “the wealthy are selfish and don’t give to charity.” This may be true [...]