Friday, November 16, 2018

Zero Tolerance Policy hurts children

Mylena Ferman How anyone can think it’s humane to separate families from each other is beyond me. How people can consider it as anything other...

SGA President addresses Mocs

Dear Mocs, Honored doesn't even begin to describe how humbled I am to serve as your Student Body President for the 2018-19 Academic Year. I...

End of first year makes freshman feel at home

Abby McHenry The 2017-18 academic year is coming to a close and with it, memories that will be cherished well past the time spent here...

History impacts modern social landscape

Derrick Jean-Baptiste Our past still haunts us. Even after hundreds of years, we are still feeling the ramifications of historical events that occurred long ago....

High-quality makeup doesn’t have to mean high-end

Abby McHenry Drugstore makeup is often criticized for being poor in quality compared to similar high end brands. This is not always the case. There...

Amazon’s search for HQ2 challenges cities

Derrick Jean-Baptiste A few months back, Amazon announced that it is currently on the hunt for a new location for a second headquarters. This, of course,...

‘Time is Up’ for identity politics in Hollywood: slacktivism does nothing

Adrianna Cole Every time award season starts, I get this glimmer of hope that it will be different. Clearly, I’m suffering from insanity because Hollywood...

Christmas spirit can last all year

Kara Donnelly Streets are coated in lights, stores are playing festive music, and there’s happiness in the air; Christmas is surely arriving. As the beloved holiday...

Knowing your personality type can help you get to know yourself

Kristen Harris If you’re like me, then you’ve taken your fair share of personality quizzes. I mean, how am I supposed to live without knowing...

Starting the school year off stressed

Upperclassmen receive limited help during move-in Kristen Harris Opinions Editor College move-in is a different, albeit difficult, experience for everyone. However, as an upperclassman, move-in presented challenges...

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Three Florida midterm races still undecided

Reems Landreth The races for U.S. Senate, Florida governor, and Florida Commissioner of Agriculture all fell within the 0.5 percent margin of difference, which...

Five generations increases diversity in the workforce

Victoria Salvatore As the retirement age is rising and a new generation of young people are beginning to look for jobs, the makeup of the...

Florida waiting for federal approval to end daylight savings

Abby McHenry The Sunshine Protection Act was proposed to Florida in March to stay on Daylight Savings Time year-round and has not yet received congressional...