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by Staff writer Because we live in a society that is constantly judging us, it is common to get caught in the fix. And we find ourselves feeling guilt and shame and apologizing for things we are not supposed to. But that shouldn’t be so. As a valid person, here […]

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by Ozgur Zeren People often ask, “At my age, what should I have achieved?” My answer: You don’t have to ‘achieve’ anything. No one would be able to give an applicable definition of what an ‘achievement’ truly means in the first place. You are here to do what your inner […]

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by Staff writer Australia’s Parliament has voted to legalize same-sex marriage on Thursday after many years of fierce public debate. Cheers and applause broke out as lawmakers voted in favor of the bill following hours of debate and emotional speeches at Parliament House in Canberra. “This is Australia: fair, diverse, […]

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by Taya Dunn Johnson Grieving in the technology age is uncharted territory. I’ll take you back to Saturday, June 9, 2012. At 8:20 a.m., my 36-year-old husband was pronounced dead at a hospital just outside Washington, D.C. By 9:20 a.m., my cellphone would not stop ringing or text-alerting me long […]

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by Staff writer Do you know that slavery still exists in America? And it’s perfectly legal too. According to the 13th Amendment, you can use slavery to punish a criminal. The amendment states: “Neither slavery nor involuntary servitude, except as a punishment for crime whereof the party shall have been […]

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by Ward Chanley We’ve developed conscience and empathy because it helps to ensure our survival. We’re a social species. We organize into social groups, and conscience and empathy are useful at maintaining cohesion in those groups. It’s not at all surprising that natural selection would have selected for those traits, […]

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