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Pick your Poison: Make America Great Again

Jay Ivy

November 8, 2016

Donald Trump, the presidential candidate for the Republican party, has been at the forefront of the political stage since his entering into the presidential race. Known for his steadfast view on immigration, Trump has also tak...

Pick your Poison: I’m With Her

Shyla Clayton

November 8, 2016

As the 2016 presidential election draws to a close, I continue to confidently support Hillary Clinton and her campaign. As a woman, I could personally never vote for someone who has said so many disrespectful things about wome...

Miss Opinionated: Pageant Perspective

Cadyn Qualls and Brianna Lambert

September 27, 2016

Brianna Lambert: The Miss America Pageant is a massive extravaganza that attracts over 20 million suspenseful viewers to find out just who the next Miss America is. Among theses viewers are many young girls, watching closely a...

Ninjas terrify ASU

Stephanie Atchley

February 21, 2016

On February 14, texts were sent out to students alerting them that two armed men were on the Arkansas State University campus at about 2 pm. Later, another text was sent out, saying that it was three men, instead of two. A...

Journalist registration bill used as comparison

Camden Metheny, Editor

February 1, 2016

Recently, South Carolina Representative Mike Pitts proposed a bill creating a registry, titled the South Carolina Responsible Journalism Registry Law, which requires journalists in the state of South Carolina to undergo a ...

Governors lack humanity on Syrian issue

Stephanie Atchley

December 7, 2015

Millions of Syrian refugees are having to flee their homes in order to attain safety, to get away from violence, and to keep their children safe. President Obama has come up with a plan to relocate 15,000 refugees into the U....

Viral video shows misguided response from officer

Stephanie Atchley

November 3, 2015

Recently, a video has gone viral of a 16-year-old girl being pulled out of her desk and thrown several feet in the classroom by the school’s resource officer. The reason that the officer was asked to take the girl out of he...

Scaled back testing a relief for students

Cadyn Qualls

October 28, 2015

Multiple times throughout a given school year, American students find themselves among a ticking clock, freshly sharpened pencils, and a bubbled sheet of paper. While these may seem like ordinary objects holding little signi...

Planned Parenthood controversy worth examining

Stephanie Atchley and Lexie Ray

October 15, 2015

Lately, Planned Parenthood has had many allegations against them saying that the company was trafficking fetal body parts for money. It is illegal to make money off of organs, but Planned Parenthood is saying that they are on...

Panic button app worth the risk

Lexie Ray

September 30, 2015

The Rave Panic Button is a new phone app that’s being implemented statewide in Arkansas schools this fall. The app is suppose to be useful in emergencies such as a fire, police, or a button that involves an active shooter...

Carter should be held responsible

Shyla Clayton

September 22, 2015

Michelle Carter, 18, is being charged with involuntary manslaughter for encouraging her boyfriend, Conrad Roy III, to commit suicide. She has yet to receive punishment for such an awful act.

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