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Not So Common Rooms: The 2021 Dorm Dilemma

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Photo courtesy of Sohan Mewada. It’s hard to feel like an adult living in a dorm room. It’s easier to dismiss hearing the...

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On Being A Senior With “Potential”

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Photo courtesy of Jackie Chalghin I am currently behind on everything. I move back to campus two days past this date of writing, and...

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Nostalgia, Karol G and Feeling Seen

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Photo courtesy of the Metropolitan Museum of Art. “Repose,” John White Alexander. 1895.   Beleaguered by a pandemic for...

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The Quest for Voting Numbers and Shared Governance

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The past few weeks have been jam-packed with Student Government Association (SGA) elections and campaigns. Last year, there were a record...

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Is Conn Successful with COVID-19 Procedures?

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Photo courtesy of Connecticut College. Given the dire and unusual circumstances students are faced with during this school year, it is...

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The Left’s Lies About Georgia’s Election Reform Bill

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Photo courtesy of Unsplash.   In response to a Georgia election reform bill that was signed by Gov. Brian Kemp on April 1, President...

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Right-Wing Cancel Culture

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Photo courtesy of Pixabay   The slogan for the 2021 Conservative Political Action Conference (CPAC) was “America Uncanceled.” Yet,...

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The Long Shadow of Reagan’s Presidency

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Photo courtesy  of Unsplash Ronald Reagan is known for many things, but particularly his famous quotes. They were simple, easy to...

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