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Tales from our troops: an insight on the process of military service
Tales from our troops: an insight on the process of military service
Brooklyn Cady May 23, 2022
Exchange students Yoko Koike (Japan), Risako Yokote (Japan), and Yuna Seo (South Korea) enjoy the final international event of the semester.
International Club provides classic American experience
Alexa Fletcher May 12, 2022
According to the World Health Organization, 4.7 to 13.2% of maternal deaths are attributed to unsafe abortions, or approximately 220 deaths per 100,000. According to Business Insider, 12 of the 13 states with trigger laws would allow abortions to be performed if the mother’s life was at risk, with Oklahoma being the only exception by not allowing abortion for any reason, even if the mother is in danger.
A student's journey through unplanned pregnancy
Morgan Shields May 9, 2022
Students to travel abroad amidst war in Eastern Europe
Students to travel abroad amidst war in Eastern Europe
Lydia Carlson May 6, 2022
According to SEC Commissioner Greg Sankey, 13,000 athletes entered the portal but only 2,000 successfully transferred.
The gamble of NCAA transfer portal
Jonathan Stewart May 10, 2022
Charting The Point S1:E2
Charting The Point S1:E2
Trevor Batson and Odell Wilson May 9, 2022
A new era: Bradley changes team culture
A new era: Bradley changes team culture
Kaitlin Hunnicutt May 4, 2022
Charting the Point. S1:E1
Charting the Point. S1:E1
Trevor Batson and Odell Wilson April 26, 2022
Claim your place, take up space
Claim your place, take up space
Sierra Ball May 9, 2022
How powerful is positive thinking?
How powerful is positive thinking?
Sierra Ball May 2, 2022
Does COVID have young people living in fear?
Does COVID have young people living in fear?
Sierra Ball April 25, 2022
The college-age generation, currently members of Gen-Z, were introduced to social media during childhood. Due to this, they have grown into themselves using social media as the mirror in which they view themselves . Deprived of the opportunity to form their own opinions of themselves, Gen-Z have relied on “likes” from others to shape their self-worth.
Rates on the rise
Sierra Ball April 12, 2022
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