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Don’t let one American made Apple spoil the bunch

Personal Opinon by: Desmond Hunter, Sports Editor

August 25, 2016

American athletes have been heading back home all week after dominating the sports world in the 2016 Olympics. Held in Rio, this year’s Olympics was one of the most talked about events of the summer, but not necessarily because...

Black Lives Matter is not a scream of hate

July 14, 2016

Over the last several years, protests and dissimilarities over the issue of police brutality have sparked the attention of the American public. Now, the ongoing issue has gained both nation and worldwide attention that has now...

Students should consider professional aspects of social media

June 24, 2016

It is the time of year when college students are either enrolled in summer courses, working, partying or bored at home trying to figure out what shenanigans to get into. During the summer, students have more time to get on...

A live tiger should be a continued tradition at LSU

Personal Opinion by: Rachel Klaus, Managing Editor

June 10, 2016

When Louisiana State University’s beloved live mascot, Mike The Tiger was diagnosed with spindle cell sarcoma, PeTA demanded for the University not to have any more live tigers after Mike VI. In a letter received by LSU,...

Letter from the editor: Feeling different for farewell

Caroline Callais, Editor

April 28, 2016

Call it cliché, but I’ll always remember April 30, 2015 like it was yesterday. I remember seeing everything differently as I walked back to the Student Publications building post-interview as the new editor in chief of...

Semester’s end mindset a major key for students

April 7, 2016

We are at the point of no return, my fellow students. The date to drop a class and still receive a “w” on your transcript passed already this academic calendar. That means whatever classes you may begrudgingly drag yourself...

Sports are not limited to those with Y chromosomes

Personal Opinion and Ana Pizzolio

April 7, 2016

It is a fact that women have to overcome sexist misconceptions on a daily basis and the reality is not any different when it comes to being a female athlete or sports fan. Women often need to prove their abilities or knowledge...

Stay focused but don’t lose track of what’s important

March 17, 2016

College students are constantly reminded of how important it is to keep academics as a priority, but taking time to take care of yourself and what’s important to you is just as significant, although often overlooked. Stress...

Wearing other schools’ colors on campus shows disrespect

Rachel Klaus, Managing Editor

March 10, 2016

Around Ray E. Didier field last week for the showdown against Louisiana State University versus Nicholls, I noticed a lot of color conflict, and by that I mean not enough people were wearing red and grey. More than half of...

Pope Francis and Donald Trump ignore political correctness

March 3, 2016

Last month Pope Francis seemed to insert his opinion into American politics and caused a bit of a stir when speaking about presidential candidate Donald Trump. On the way home from the pope’s visit to Cuba, a reporter asked...

Higher education should be treated as a priority

February 25, 2016

Politicians, opinion makers and pretty much everybody else have voiced their opinions about the budget cuts to higher education in the past few weeks. The discussions about viable solutions to the actual crisis basically go...

Locals should be mindful of past budget trends

February 18, 2016

With the recent budget crisis being a major topic in the state of Louisiana, the new governor is now in the same position that President Obama was when first taking seat in office. Last week, governor of Louisiana, John Bel...

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