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Column: Healthy beauty products

Kylie Hendrickson, Reporter

February 1, 2017

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Pink, green, blue, and purple. Those are just some of the many colorful heads of hair roaming around campus. The past few years have shown a major trend in colorful hair, but dyeing your locks these fun crazy colors may have some consequences if not cared for correctly. Breakage, brittleness, and dryness are some after effects of constantly dyed hair. That’s where I...

Same old song same old dance

Sam L. Jaime, Sports Editor

February 1, 2017

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I am so happy the Patriots are back in the Super Bowl, and still waiting for the day sarcasm becomes a font. In arguably their easiest path to the big game by even the most casual of football fans standards, it feels like the Brady/ Belichick-era Patriots are in their 30th appearance. Tom Brady is plastered across ESPN and over-saturating your Facebook feed, and the “deflategate”...

Column: That one night

Column: That one night

J.R. Hensley, Photo Editor

December 22, 2016

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On Dec. 22, 2002 I uttered the words I thought would never leave the dark recesses of my mind. For the first time I told another human being that I was...

Column: Live and let live in politics

Column: Live and let live in politics

Veronica Morley, Reporter

November 16, 2016

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This election season was definitely one of the craziest seasons we’ve ever had. There is always some controversy and debate among Facebook friends who...

Column: Shades of gray in sexuality

Column: Shades of gray in sexuality

J.R. Hensley, Reporter

November 16, 2016

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I am going to let you in on another secret, there are certain places around town where men who love men can get together for momentary trysts. Oh, you...

Column: This election all but screams at Dems to change tactics next time

Column: This election all but screams at Dems to change tactics next time

Dylan Bryant, Reporter

November 16, 2016

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A phrase heard a lot this election cycle was the familiar trope, “The Silent Majority,” a term used to describe a group of people whom are not outspoken...

Column: Lakers looking up again

Column: Lakers looking up again

Sam L. Jaime, Reporter

November 16, 2016

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It feels like an eternity when thinking back on the last time the Lakers won it all. Since that epic game seven against Boston, the Lakers have gone through...

Column: How to live with anxiety

Column: How to live with anxiety

Veronica Morley, Reporter

November 6, 2016

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I have suffered from anxiety officially for four years, however, I can remember having anxiety and panic attacks since I was eight years old. It’s not...

Column: We have image issues too

Column: We have image issues too

J.R. Hensley, Reporter

November 6, 2016

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I am going to let you in on a little secret. A good bulk of the gay community is very image conscious. I know, shocker, but I am sure that there are those...

Column: No good choice found in the polling booth in 2016

Column: No good choice found in the polling booth in 2016

Dylan Bryant, Reporter

November 6, 2016

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I’m not happy about my choices this November. For years I’ve thought about the ways our elections are set up to fail the voter. From big money donors,...

 Column: Staying safe on campus

 Column: Staying safe on campus

Veronica Morley, Reporter

October 18, 2016

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Recently I have researched and written a few stories concerning crime and reports of stalking here on campus. There have been a few incidents in ju...

Column: Political strife of a gay man

Column: Political strife of a gay man

J.R. Hensley, Reporter

October 18, 2016

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I wish I found politics as interesting as my husband does. Right now he is in heaven watching the endless mudslinging debates and political comment...

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