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Chimin’ In

In our final issue, we on the Courier staff would like to thank students, faculty and staff for their contributions to our paper, whether it is answering questions for a…

Politicians in a dodgy ‘State’ of mind

Talking about that grandest of political commercials Every year Americans get to witness the grandest of all political commercials. This yearly commercial happened on Tuesday night. The State of the…

Chasin Something

The days of broken New Year’s resolutions are over. With my new foolproof methods to accomplish nearly every type of resolution possible, the end of January heartbreak and distraught that…

One opinion to rule them all?

Differing opinions don’t have to rule your attitude Here’s the thing: I believe that there are very few reasons to be rude to someone.  There are very few reasons to…

Open mind, open world

Having an open mind is essential to a productive society I want to talk about a deceptively simple topic: open-mindedness. How hard can it possibly be to be open to…

Miss America crowned with hate

Nina Davuluri, 2014 Miss America winner, receives backlash for ancestry When Nina Davuluri was crowned the 2014 Miss America winner last Sunday in Atlantic City, she was the target of…

Olympics controversy

With harsh criticism and the threat of boycotts over Russia’s controversial and repressive anti-gay laws, many people are unfairly asking athletes to not compete in the Winter Olympic Games being…

Why are we still victim-blaming?

As participants in the Monmouth College Slut Walk, we marched to end victim blaming (the practice of blaming victims for their own sexual assaults); when we read the previous Letter…

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