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You can (and should) kick your bad habits in the rear

By Bliss Streeks, Opinions Writer

May 4, 2019

Filed under Opinion

We all have a vice, an addiction of some kind. For you it might be coffee, for your friend it might be sugar or doughnuts. For someone else it might be Netflix or Dr. Phil. The human brain is designed to thrive in a ritualistic...

Here’s a tip: Your server relies on your tips

By Jessica Manzo, Opinions Writer

April 30, 2019

Filed under Opinion

Many of you who have been out to eat at a restaurant or when the pizza delivery person comes to your door question, “How much do we leave for a tip?” Many of you allow for different things to alter your final decision su...

Wait for your time: the drinking age is 21 for a reason, and should stay that way

By Jessica Manzo, Opinions Writer

April 7, 2019

Filed under Opinion

Spring break is just around the corner. It’s that time again to plan your vacations and parties. Along with all the fun, there most likely will be lots and lots of drinking and alcohol on your check list, right? This brings...

The question of life is what really matters

By Rylee Smith, Opinions Editor

April 6, 2019

Filed under Opinion

The state of Georgia made a brave decision on March 29 to outlaw abortion after a baby’s heartbeat is detected, usually around six weeks. The bill, known as the “Heartbeat Bill” is an important step in recognizing the Constitutional...

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