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How Many Students Can We Save?

October 15, 2019 Jamal Lemond 0

In the wake of the recent NCAA scandal over the ability of athletes to monetize their names and likenesses, college sports and fans have long ignored a major problem. The mental health of college athletes […]

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Social workplace codes

October 15, 2019 Lisa-quinn Ndegwa 0

With a degree at hand, it seems almost impossible not to secure a good job that will financially stabilize one’s life in the long haul. While that might have been true in the 50s, in […]

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How free is free speech?

October 15, 2019 Jasmine Barrow 0

The U.S. Constitution is easily one of the most important legal documents ever written, governing the most powerful nation in the history of the world. No laws or regulations can ever trump this document. The […]

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Career Services to the rescue

October 8, 2019 Lisa-quinn Ndegwa 0

High school graduation marks the end of an era and the beginning of another. For some people, they jump right into the workforce, while for others, it marks the beginning of another two or more […]

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The Nightmare of the Dream Job

October 8, 2019 Janneyn Simmons 0

Following rush week, a colorful, chalk-written advertisement made students aware of a rare opportunity. I glance down at the neatly written chalk, and a young woman pops up from the staircase and ushered me to […]

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Apps: The Benefit and Harm

October 1, 2019 Kenneth Lockett III 0

We’ve all seen those YouTube taglines: “10 Apps Every College Student Should Use,” “10 Essential Student iPad Pro Apps” and “20 MUST HAVE SCHOOL APPS,” to name a few. Especially for freshmen, these intriguing taglines […]

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