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Gay marriage rights

We live in a society that is forever changing. Gay marriage wasn’t even brought up for an open discussion topic back in the 60s. People were against the idea of…

A, B, C and D: Millionaire’s Tax may sound fair but upon closer inspection, hurts Illinois

Whenever the debate of public school funding comes up, someone is sure to make the statement that children are the future. Obviously the youth of the country should be provided…

Take time to de-stress, give thanks this holiday season

Last Saturday night I received a call from my mother. It was a call that something had happened and she needed to remind me of how much she loved me.…

Potential new gun laws threaten owners’ rights

With recent shootings it brings awareness to gun control and potentially new gun laws. Although Illinois has not particularly been in the news recently about this issue, I would like…

ID at the polls hurts voters, limits electorate

Over a week has now passed since the midterm elections in which Republicans took control of the U.S. Senate, with a 53-44 majority. Major news outlets, particularly cable news stations…

Apathy plagues elections

I recently had the opportunity to volunteer for Bruce Rauner’s campaign for governor. As a volunteer, I was required to walk through the local neighborhoods and help get a glimpse…

Welfare not a livelihood

My senior Citizenship course has challenged my definition of liberty in its entirety. I have had the opportunity to explore all types of different opinions and beliefs on what is…

Campus Occurrences

Nov. 6 – Nov. 13 Saturday, Nov. 8 9:22 a.m. – One student cited for fire code violation, Bowers Hall 11:32 p.m. – One student cited for fire code violation,…

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