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The Path Forward

Although Donald Trump did not win the popular vote, he did win the electoral vote, bringing him to presidency. With the results of the presidential election, many Americans might face…

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Why I’m Still with Her

I’ve already sent my ballot in, as I hope most non-local college students have. I sent it in weeks ago, and I voted for Hillary Clinton for President. And I…

McDaniel's Class of 2020 walks through Ward Memorial Arch on Move-in Day. Many can expect to graduate with student debt. Photo by Kyle Parks.

The Inevitability of Student Debt

As student debt rapidly passes $1.3 trillion, it’s becoming increasingly clear that higher education in the U.S. cannot go on as it is. The costs associated with obtaining a degree…

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Voting Not-Trump

Anyone who knows me will tell you I’m an avid third party advocate. It probably wasn’t good that I once cared more about people voting for someone who wasn’t a…


The Case for the Lesser Evil

Let me be clear: when I cast my vote for Hillary Clinton on November 8th, it will not be with enthusiasm. Despite easily being one of the most qualified candidates…

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Falling Down the Hill

The first week of my junior year was hard. Not because my classes are overwhelming, nor readjusting to Glar. It doesn’t even relate to my attempts at salvaging my neglected social life….

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The Great Carolinian Demographics Game

The candidates in the Democrat primary had their first fight in the South, and the results, while expected, highlighted major demographic divides. Hillary Clinton took the state in a rout,…

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What Iowa Means

The Iowa caucus has finally come to an end, and in the wake of it a number of questions hang over the head of the American voter. What exactly just…