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COVID-19 was a test the U.S. failed

April 14, 2020 Raquel Croston 0

It goes without saying that the U.S. stands as a prime example of how not to handle a nationwide pandemic. Only months ago, we were unconcerned about the effects of the novel coronavirus, proclaiming control […]

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Why I didn’t choose an online college

April 14, 2020 Bronson Tharpe 0

At the height of the dot-com bubble, many influential people in education thought that remote learning was going to be the next revolutionary invention. Twenty years later, it’s become increasingly apparent that online education is […]

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Zillow dreams

March 24, 2020 Bronson Tharpe 0

I’ve always been a “real estate kid” of sorts. My parents have been in the industry for longer than I can remember, and some of the first lessons I learned were in land and property. […]

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Advocacy isn’t an accessory

March 24, 2020 Raquel Croston 0

According to Merriam-Webster, an advocate is “one who supports or promotes the interests of a cause or group.” In the current sociopolitical climate, however, we know to be an advocate means more than simply agreeing […]

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Black parents’ war on racial identity.

March 10, 2020 Raquel Croston 0

Children of African American descent are all familiar with their parents’ suggestions on how to make it in the white man’s world: “Don’t use slang — that’s ghetto.” “Press your hair for interviews.” “Stay quiet […]

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