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Cultural column: Celeste Dominguez

Cultural column: Celeste Dominguez

If there is anything I have learned from doing this column is that we all define “culture” differently. For some people, culture means one’s homeplace, by birth or by choice.…

Outside the Hashmarks

I’m sure the world has had quite enough of hot takes about Colin Kaepernick. I mean, when this column debuted years ago, wasn’t that the hot topic? Is there even…

Cultural column: Melissa Hernandez

Cultural column: Melissa Hernandez

Commonly, when talking about culture, it comes from one distinct grouping that one terms as one’s “culture.” From being black, to being an immigrant, to being a part of a…

“What About DACA”

Wednesday night, students and faculty alike crowded into the Morgan Room in Poling Hall to, if just for a moment, find some clarity in the midst of one of the…

Cultural Column: Tooba Ahmed

Cultural Column: Tooba Ahmed

Culture is something that is pretty hard to define. For the most part, when a college talks about culture, it usually refers to one’s birthplace, or the area they grew…

GOP proposes new healthcare bill, reignites debate

Sens. Lindsay Graham (R-SC) and Bill Cassidy (R-LA) have penned the Republican Party’s latest attempt to repeal one of the most prominent parts of former President Barack Obama’s legacy: the…

Dan McAdams: A Psychological Perspective

Donald J. Trump, 45th President of the United States of America, has no personal narrative identity. That was the statement of the night when Dan P. McAdams, author of The…

Cultural Column: Olivia Howey

Cultural Column: Olivia Howey

Tucked in between Ukraine, Bulgaria, and Serbia is Romania, the seventh most-populous nation in the European Union. For your average American, there really isn’t much reason to think of the…