Student View: Midterm Elections
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Student View: Midterm Elections

On Tuesday, Nov. 4, it was the midterm election day. A midterm election refers to…

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Sophomore wants to get it ‘write’
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Sophomore wants to get it ‘write’

When she was younger, sophomore Kailey Miller didn’t like writing, even though she loved making…

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Shift in GOP views on use of birth control
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Shift in GOP views on use of birth control

Birth control and the GOP have not mixed well in the past, with several party…

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STEM fields see little growth in female representation
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STEM fields see little growth in female representation

Growing up in St. Louis, senior Michelle Yang had always held the dubious honor of…

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Teen balances school, motherhood
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Teen balances school, motherhood

Nearly 615,000 teen pregnancies occur each year in the United States while Mo. alone had…

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Is America too involved in the world?
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Is America too involved in the world?

[imagemap id="267489"] As one of the world’s most influential countries, the United States of America…

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Student View: Encounters with a ghost
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Student View: Encounters with a ghost

As the sun falls below the horizon on Halloween, 41.1 million people all around the…

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Halloween viewed differently around the world
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Halloween viewed differently around the world

With bags of ghost-themed candy lining the aisles of supermarkets, and pumpkins decorating door stoops,…

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Students struggle to become “perfect”
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Students struggle to become “perfect”

Junior Sydney Magee sits in the EEE room, scribbling away at her latest homework assignment.…

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