Net Neutrality is at risk and we should all care

December 9, 2017 0

Abigail Risser Staff Writer Have you ever surfed the internet, for research, your own enjoyment, etc.? Or enjoyed free WIFI from various shops/locations? With December 14 looming around the corner the ability to do that

If you want to win Lancaster, take a cue from Bernie Sanders

November 15, 2017 0

  Liam Edmunds Staff Writer For the last 24 years, Pennsylvania has been a Democratic stronghold against Republican opposition to the presidential election. Democrats have defeated Republicans in every presidential election since 1992. That changed

President Donald Trump Year One

November 15, 2017 0

You may know me as the Korean dude who wears Notre Dame shirts around campus. I am also the Korean dude who voted for President Donald Trump. With the one-year anniversary of the biggest political

Trump, Year one

November 15, 2017 0

Jason Hertz Associate Opinion Editor Okay, let’s talk turkey. Donald Trump’s Presidency has been a national embarrassment. In the last year, he has insulted world leaders and threatened nuclear attacks with ‘fire and fury’ against

Plus sized models stigmatized despite public support

November 8, 2017 0

Kate Spang Guest Writer American supermodel and body activist, Ashley Graham, strives to challenge the fashion industry’s use of the term plus-size and dedicates her career to achieving body-equality. In her recent TED talk she

The Wellness Column: Social Wellness

November 8, 2017 0

Nick Hughes Opinion Editor In part 2 of the wellness column, I will be looking at social wellness. Which is one I need work on to be honest. Social wellness does not denote to just

The Mid Semester Slump

November 8, 2017 0

Julia Snyder Editor In Chief We’ve all experienced it. Each semester starts off with the best intentions; fresh notebooks, neat planners, and more pens than you could hope to use. You start off with a

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