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    Fight for public lands continue

    Yosemite. Yellowstone. Bear’s Ears. Acadia. National Parks. There’s nothing more American. Every so often, public lands become a matter of national debate because various representatives and/or senators want to transfer public lands from the federal [...]
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    More movements, less trends

    As a society, never have we been so able to share our thoughts and opinions with others. From the cavalcade of social media websites and apps that allow us to freely speak our mind with [...]
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    Fake news versus credible news

    In the journalism world, there is hard news, which are fact-based, “hard-hitting journalism” type stories, and soft news, which are stories that are more focused on the human element. However, recently journalists have had to [...]
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    DACA is about everyone, not just immigrants

    “On Sept. 5, the Department of Homeland Security initiated the order ly phase out of the program known as Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals. DHS will provide a limited, six-month window during which it will [...]
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    The state has stuck its nose in it

    Arkansas Tech University is no exception. However, with the guidelines comes an unclear line of who holds the final say over the university’s business. We say it should be Dr. Robin Bowen, president, and the [...]
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