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President Donald Trump speaks at a rally during his campaign. Trump's campaign, and now his administration, has been cited for multiple inaccuracies and misstatements.

The future of free press in the era of Trump

March 24, 2017

The First Amendment in the Constitution of the United States says “Congress shall make no law abridging the freedom of the press.” It could not be mor...

2017-2018 Student Congress Election

Sarvani Vemuri will be the 2017-2018 Student Congress President.

Augusta Batoclette

March 24, 2017

Executive Board: Student Congress President: Sarvani Vemuri Student Congress Vice President: Eva Mazzola Student Congress Secretary/Treasurer: Molly Wimberg S...

There are hundreds of vitamin and mineral supplements for sale at stores. Advertisements make it seem that we need to take them to be healthy. But do we really need them?

Do We Really Need Vitamins?

March 21, 2017

On television, there is a fairly regular stream of vitamin and mineral supplement advertisements. These companies try to make it seem like taking their...

Writing on the Wall was held in the Forum on March 8. Writing on the Wall is an annual spoken word tournament held by Gleam.

Writing on the Wall

March 21, 2017

On Wed. March 8, the Gleam Club hosted an open mic style event where students performed poetry, music and stories live for an audience of their peers....

Geert Wilders' far-right party, the PPV, won about 20% of the Dutch parliament in their elections. The Liberal Party won the plurality and will maintain their coalition government.

This Week in Politics – Week of March 13

March 21, 2017

Welcome to This Week in Politics, the recurring column covering the highlights in politics for this week.   Saturday, March 11 - Sunday, March 12 ...

Trump signs an Executive Order in the Oval Office. At the beginning of his term, Trump signed an average of 1.5 orders per day.

This Week in Politics – Week of March 6

March 21, 2017

Welcome to This Week in Politics, the recurring column covering the highlights in politics for this week. Saturday, March 4 - Sunday, March 5 ...

Minority students' perspective

Minority students’ perspective

March 10, 2017

With the recent increase in hateful crimes against certain minority groups in the United States, said hate has spread among young people and high schools a...

Rising up against hate

Rising up against hate

March 10, 2017

Tom Perez with President Obama after being nominated for Secretary of Labor. Perez served in that post from 2012 until the end of President Obama's term.

This Week in Politics – Week of Feb. 27

March 10, 2017

Welcome to This Week in Politics, the recurring column covering the highlights in politics for this week.   Saturday, Feb. 25 - Sunday, Feb. 26 ...

Puffball Keychains

Leah Cleveland, Style & Culture Writer

March 3, 2017

  Model Cara Delevingne walked down the Fendi runway in 2014 and captivated the audience’s attention with more than her outfit -- by her side, Delevingne carried a furry Karl Lagerfeld keychain. According to The Guardian Fashion, this keychain started a pom-pom trend, seen by colorful, fluffy balls attached to keys, purses and backpacks. These ball range from a...

Milo Yiannopolous resigned from his position at Breitbart News after a clip was published that makes him appear to defend pedophilia. Breitbart News was ran by Trump's Chief Strategist Steve Bannon until he joined Trump's campaign in the fall of 2016.

This Week in Politics – Week of Feb. 20

March 3, 2017

Welcome to This Week in Politics, the recurring column covering the highlights in politics for this week.   Saturday, Feb. 18 - Sunday, Feb. 19 ...

Young people march in protest of the Vietnam War, leading the anti-war movement. Students throughout history have created change by voicing their opinions.

A History of Student Action in the U.S.

March 2, 2017

Right now, thousands of students across the country are walking out of their schools, wearing orange ribbons and showing their support for not only the...

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