What it is like to be mixed race

September 12, 2019

By Simren ShahAssociate Features Editor So much of cultural identity resides in language and names. Society has attached certain expectations to names; particularly, society has assigned assumptions of what people with certain names should look . . .

Star Wars State of the Union Episode III

September 12, 2019

Nick HughesOpinion Editor “Star Wars,” I was going to try to not write about it in the first week of the Snapper, but it is happening anyway. There is so much happening in a galaxy . . .

LGBTQIA+ Town Hall opens dialogue for inclusion

April 26, 2019

Josh RittbergArts and Culture Editor Editor’s note: this article was originally published with inaccurate information regarding the purposed “LGBTQIA+ Center.” The original article’s second paragraph began with: “One exciting innovation that was announced on campus . . .

Try a plant-based diet

April 10, 2019

We seem to be quickly destroying the planet. Now more than ever before, we need to start taking actions that will lead us down the path of a more environmentally friendly lifestyle. So what is . . .

Trump’s at it again, defunding the Special Olympics

April 3, 2019

By Jessie GarrisonAssociate Opinion Editor President Donald Trump’s latest controversy is his 2020 budget proposal. In his proposal he proposed an 18 million dollar cut to the Special Olympics. Richard J. Durbin, Senates Number 2 . . .

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