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Share your opinion: Conflict in Syria

Samantha Fuller-Hall April 12, 2018

There has been increasing controversy over whether the international community should get involved in increasing violence in Syria, which recently culminated in a suspected deadly gas attack. Despite pressures...

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Tech trends heading into the rest of 2018

Samantha Fuller-Hall February 22, 2018

Bots: Be careful who you're talking to online, they might not actually be a real person. These software applications are designed to complete certain tasks and often mimic human interactions. Chatbots...

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To live or to learn

Samantha Fuller-Hall February 16, 2018

“There’s a possible shooter on campus.”With mass shootings making headlines every few days, this is a sentence that all dread to hear. In Parkland Florida, on Wednesday, 17 people were...

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Chivalry isn’t dead

Samantha Fuller-Hall February 13, 2018

We equate chivalry to some far gone era. One filled with knights and "damsels in distress," one romantic in the perceptions of its aesthetics but devoid of equality or feminine initiative and strength....

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The internet age

Samantha Fuller-Hall February 7, 2018

With the influx of dangerous fads such as the Tide Pod Challenge, with the presence of pornography and predators in the murky shadows of the web, what is our responsibility to younger generations and to...

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Weekly Picks: Fall Out Boy, Orchestra, Games and more

Samantha Fuller-Hall January 23, 2018

Monday, January 22, 2018 - Free Game PlayLocation: Games Room, USUTime: 10:00 a.m. to 7:00 .p.m.Cost: FreeAlready stressed on your first day back to school? Grab your friends and come have a bit of fun...

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The Inequality of Privilege

Samantha Fuller-Hall January 19, 2018

We hear a lot about privilege in the modern world. It’s been worn by overuse from bloggers and hipsters, thrown against weary ears, until the sharp sting that ought to accompany a word signifying...

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Read carefully: Media Literacy Week

Samantha Fuller-Hall November 7, 2017

When the Lumière Brothers first showed footage of a train to their audience, the black-and-white footage sent the theatre-goers ducking under their seats to gain shelter from the locomotive barreling...

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You don’t own me

Samantha Fuller-Hall October 19, 2017

Control. Over the last few centuries and into the modern day, women have fought for many rights denied to them; for instance, the right to vote, the right to work for equal pay and, a matter of central...

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Probationary adults

Samantha Fuller-Hall September 23, 2017

You’ve just turned eighteen. Congratulations! You’re now considered to be an adult under the laws of the State of California. You can sign your own legal documents, and sign up for the army....

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A Dreamer’s nightmare

Samantha Fuller-Hall September 8, 2017

You may have vague memories of living somewhere else, of being brought to America as a child. Your parents aren’t citizens. As you grow up and come to understand such things, you learn that you aren’t...

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Is high school long enough?

Samantha Fuller-Hall August 30, 2017

For some, it is considered the best four years of their lives, but for others, it is seen as a chore to get through as quick as possible. Regardless of their personal views of the experience, many students...

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