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Campus protests should not be overlooked or underestimated

Lisa Hageneier, Staff Writer

December 3

Filed under Opinion

The recent demonstrations in Missouri against racism lead to an interesting social movement on United States college campuses. Students all over the country start questioning their school’s policies and efforts against racism. The...

Student protesters contend with the First Amendment

Marley Parish, Staff Writer

December 3

Filed under Opinion

The First Amendment protects everyone by granting them with the freedom to express themselves through religion, speech, the press and assembly. Student protests have been taking over college campuses across the country, no...

Humanities majors are not confined to the ivory tower

Marley Parish, Staff Writer

December 3

Filed under Opinion

People whose academic field is outside of the humanities do not realize the value and skills that come with majoring in a humanity. English teaches us about understanding people all while experiencing adventures that expose us to th...

Bernie Sanders’ agenda: not your grandfather’s socialism

Maria Graziano, Contributing Writer

December 3

Filed under Opinion

Amidst all of the hullabaloo that is the GOP presidential race, many people may not be thinking about the Democrats running for the nomination. The two main front-runners are former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton and Vermont S...

Successful college campus protests involve money

Emily Greene, Staff Writer

December 3

Filed under Opinion

The monster that is Division I  Athletics is showing preposterous growth. According to the NCAA the median Division I athletic department revenue was $6.5 million in 1970. In 2012, it was $56 million. Paul M. Gilbert, author of ...

Just The Tips: What do to when you want the nudes

ReproCo, Contributing Writer

November 19

Filed under Opinion

There is so much controversy when it comes to the topic of sharing sexy photos, especially if the photos are of one’s nude body. Some people feel uncomfortable with sharing such intimate pictures of themselves, and some are...

Student activists contend with freedom of the press

The Campus Staff

November 19

Filed under Opinion

As journalists we are honor bound to uphold a certain standard of ethics. As student journalists we hold ourselves to this same standard. Often our job as reporters is misunderstood by the public, with people failing to recognize...

Police body cameras record accident, unveil dishonesty

Marley Parish, Staff Writer

November 19

Filed under Opinion

With great power comes great responsibility. Police are given a badge and the authority to uphold the law. A body camera should be included as a part of uniform. The shooting of Jeremy Mardis, a 6-year-old boy, in Marksville,...

Movie studies continue to produce within familiar canons, avoid risk

Emily Greene, Staff Writer

November 12

Filed under Opinion

It has been said that if you love something you should let it go. But a more Hollywood course of action might be taking something you love and then reimagining it in as many different ways as you can until it is so twisted that...

Ex-cons deserve total equity on applications

Ada Zech, Contributing Writer

November 12

Filed under Opinion

The criminal justice system in the United States is one of the greatest disgraces of this country. Not only are prisoners subjected to inhumane and cruel conditions in correctional facilities, but they are then returned to a society...

Even without ‘the box,’ job applications are still flawed

Marley Parish, Contributing Writer

November 12

Filed under Opinion

Banning the criminal record box on job applications is not enough to prevent discrimination when applying for a job. President Barack Obama announced a new executive order that prohibits federal agencies from requiring applicants...

Keeping ‘the box’ allows ex-cons to show integrity

Rachel Belson, Contributing Writer

November 12

Filed under Opinion

The ability for employers to require potential employees to submit whether they have committed a felony in the past on a job application is in the center of a national debate.  It is wrong to ask this question to be removed because...

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