Social Media is not Your Friend

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Written by Josh Bianchi, philosophy and culture correspondent In a dark dorm room, a sleep deprived student is busy speed writing an assignment that they should’ve started much earlier. In spite of their need for hurry, a small black box next to their laptop keeps crying for attention. It does this every few minutes. When Read More

The anxiety of validation: How social media affects our mental health

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Written by: Samantha Burgess, assistant editor Imagine that you just posted a cool photo to Instagram or tweeted a witty statement. You stare at your post waiting for someone to like and comment. To your disappointment the post gets hardly any attention. After a while you frown, setting your phone aside. You begin to wonder Read More

TRUMP: State of the Union Address

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  Written By: Devin Burrow, politics and culture editor Washington, D.C.– President Donald J. Trump spoke to Congress and the rest of America on Tuesday evening by delivering the State of the Union address on Capitol Hill. “MADAM SPEAKER! THE PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED STATES!” This phrase boomed throughout the meeting hall as Vice President Read More

MLB’s biggest stars still unsigned: Where will they go?

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Written By: Tanner White, sports and entertainment correspondent Infielder Manny Machado and outfielder Bryce Harper have yet to agree to a deal. Both of these players are All-Stars with great offensive talents and defensive abilities. Machado and Harper both have had 20+ home runs in the last few seasons, with batting averages over .250. Who Read More