Columns

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One byproduct of the modern, incessant news cycle is shared concern. As we become more inundated with content meant to alarm us and capture our attention, we become subject to a force that can steer us together, as a society, beyond panic and toward collective action.

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City life nurtures and fosters phone addiction. Calling a cab, pinpointing yourself on a map, and deciding where to grab a quick lunch each contribute to the need to keep your smartphone in your hand.

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Hero. That’s a big word, a title not easy to come by. Let’s think about the classics: Superman, Captain America, Spiderman, Batman — the list goes on. However, at the ESPYS this year, we saw a new wave of heroes claim their titles.

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As covered in Part 1 of this three-part series, a look at nationwide opioid over

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Last week in Helsinki with the whole world watching, President Donald Trump enthusiastically renounced any last semblance of presidential demeanor he possessed, yielding to one of America’s greatest foes with seeming indifference.

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[COPY: really well-written. This author is such a good writer.]

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With regard to June’s widely publicized and widely criticized, summit with North Korean dictator Kim Jong-un, President Donald Trump had

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October of my freshman year of college, my father bought me a pink can of pepper spray to keep with me at all times. Starting college in 2015, everyone was talking about sexual assault.

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Lately I’ve been pretty hard on the sports community. It definitely needs some tough love and perhaps a wake-up call in order to fully realize the kind of inequalities it is perpetuating. I’ll give it this: The sports industry is going to be a tough nut to crack.