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Is the NCAA finally losing power?

By Nate Sanchez Sports Columnist The National Collegiate Athletic Association’s grip on control of college sports is beginning to loosen. For years, the non-profit organization has reaped the benefits of a billion-dollar industry on the backs of modern-day slaves. In the midst of the controversy surrounding the rights to unionize recently exercised by the football … Continue reading

Post-grad life needn’t always be boring: “Young Wanderlust” by Evan Kenward
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Post-grad life needn’t always be boring: “Young Wanderlust” by Evan Kenward

By Steven Barker Senior Staff Writer Pros: -Casual writing style -Enjoyable experiences worth reading -Easily relatable to our own life Cons: -Unnecessary details slow the narrative -Too long given the pedestrian theme -Distracting spelling, grammar errors What should we prioritize after graduating from college: Finding a career or seeking one last thrill? For some, the … Continue reading