OPINION: The problem with “fake news” and Trump’s reality

Throughout Donald Trump’s presidential campaign and the beginning of his term as president, he has made numerous claims against “the media” for spewing “fake news” in poorly- veiled attempts at supporting his own agenda. His administration has so far mirrored that attitude, with Sean Spicer…

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Trump administration opens term turbulently

The resignation of former National Security Adviser, Michael Flynn, marked yet another upright nail in the Trump presidency’s recklessly built bed of them. With a hectic month of executive orders, super-majority meanderings and intelligence leaks, the Trump administration has recorded perhaps the most turbulent and…

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Japan hit by magnitude 7.4 earthquake

A magnitude 7.4 earthquake struck off the coast of Japan on Tuesday, Nov. 22, at 5:59 a.m. local time, which was followed by tsunami warnings issued for the Fukushima and Miyagi prefectures. The warnings were later downgraded, but waves reportedly as high as 1.4 meters…

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FACEing Mental Illness work- shops connect art and stigma

Despite how increasingly knowledgeable we become with mental illnesses, the stigma behind the existence, treatment and diagnosis of such is deeply ingrained in within not just the United States, but many nations and cultures across the world. “FACEing Mental Illness: The art of Acceptance” is…

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Donate to communal Ham points

With the fall semester winding down and the balances of students’ meal plans dwindle, the value of communal Ham points is ever increasing. More and more students are finding their meal plans entirely drained, leaving the community card to be their only consistent source of…

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