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After deciding to check Facebook following weeks of being offline, I immediately saw an opinion article one of my former classmates shared with the

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As thousands of new pet-owners have discovered during the pandemic, dogs are simply the best.

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Imagine turning your passion into your career. Maybe it’s art, music or sports; you might consider academia in areas such as science, history or math. Whatever it is, take a second and envision yourself at the highest professional level of that interest.

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As of March 1, we’ve had more than a month to observe Joe Biden’s tenure as president of the United States.

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I want to learn, but they aren’t teaching me. This thought echoed in my mind as I found myself drowning in yet another meaningless formula.

The dance of death: Death finds an author writing his life. Colour lithograph by Edward Hull

I simply cannot take it anymore. I’m here to correct the egregious mistake and to sew the wound shut. I am here to correct what you’ve heard and to tell you that it’s wrong. Then, I’m going to tell you why it’s wrong. 

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One point that I’ve repeatedly tried to make clear in my past columns is that economic sanctions on countries are a form of warfare, just like traditional invasions.

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Sept. 25, 2015.

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Since President Joe Biden took office and the United States Senate flipped blue, a lot of Democrats have thought about removing the

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It is our constitutional right to judge every candidate and their ability to hold office based on their actions and proposed policies.