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Throughout the past month, I have come across entire fistfuls of articles that seem to impart the idea that Republicans and other conservative movements must someday convert the members of increasingly liberal generations of youths, like Gen Y and Gen Z, if they desire political longevity.

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It’s early on a Sunday morning, and I’m sitting here with my cup of coffee reflecting on the early morning vices of others.  For some, it’s that sunrise cigarette.  For others, it’s Facebook, Twitter and Reddit, in lieu of responsibilities.  For some, it’s McDonalds—a sausage egg and cheese …

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Under the Grade Forgiveness Policy, students are allowed to repeat a maximum of two courses in which they received a grade of a D or F, to improve their cumulative GPA.  The student may request that the repeated grade is the only one counted toward their GPA in total.  Associated Student Gov…

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Spring break couldn’t have come at a better time this year—albeit late, it was extremely timely.  Obviously, everyone needed some rest, but I think all of us needed a break from all the mishaps happening on campus.  Before spring break, two incidents occurred involving girls on campus in unf…

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In 2009, an estimated 3.5 percent of all cancer deaths in the U.S. were alcohol related, and recent studies suggest that women who drank daily increased their risk of breast cancer by 13 percent.  Alcohol can also lead to mouth, pancreas and liver cancer.  Now, these findings are relatively …

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The knock on my door came quite unexpectedly.  I wasn’t counting on any visitors, so I turned my music down and headed for the door.  A gentleman was standing outside, and he absolutely needed my help—if I would only buy a couple magazines to send to orphans, he could go on a trip to the Car…

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Back in high school, uniforms made up several schools’ dress code. At mine in particular, we had a choice between grey, green, and gold polos paired with navy pants or khakis. For four years straight, I wore nothing but a grey polo and khaki pants.

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As a fan of the Dallas Cowboys and the Arkansas Razorbacks, I have learned to take wins where I can get them. Even if they are not pretty, a win is a win.

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In the past decade, humanity has begun to seriously take note of the impact it’s having on the earth.  Such awareness is a part of a larger movement—a movement for sustainability.  In our time, this has been a bit of a “buzzword.”  People like to use it, to make themselves sound cultured and…

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Let’s talk about Football Game Etiquette.  Now I know what you’re thinking...etiquette?! It’s a football game! Its fun! Yes. That’s right, football games are very fun but there is a certain etiquette you should master when watching ESPECIALLY in public...where there are people around...also …

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Three months into your wonderful stay at the University of Arkansas and everything’s gone as well as could be. You’ve got enough pens, pencils, and notebooks stocked up to last you until your Master’s degree, and your mother (thoughtfully) placed an extra package of batteries in your duffle …