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Seventeen months ago, Donald Trump announced his bid for presidency. Today, he has won it. It is with incredible apprehension and distress that we as a staff hope to bring voice to the concerns of our community. The feeling on campus Wednesday morning was one of anxiety and disbelief, as thi…

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After an election year that has nearly drowned us in accusations, counter-accusations, unseemly revelations and attack ads, we can too easily be tempted into deciding that neither candidate is worth our vote. I wish myself that I could vote with whole-hearted enthusiasm for any candidate. Bu…

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Election day is less than one week away. Many of us have been dreading (or maybe praying for?) Nov. 8’s arrival for quite some time, so that we may finally be put out of the misery that has been this presidential election cycle, even as we are deeply troubled by the possible outcome.

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The Supreme Court has always been the most mysterious branch of our government. Sure, we all know that it is the highest court, there are nine justices and they serve for life. But very few Americans know anything about the inner-workings of the court, such as the processes the justices go t…

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It appears that history is repeating itself. The United States government is yet again placing its own interests above the well-being of Native Americans. In North Dakota over the past few months, the Sioux people of Standing Rock have been protesting the construction of the Dakota Access Pi…