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Editorial Board: We endorse Hillary Clinton for presidency
5 months ago

Editorial Board: We endorse Hillary Clinton for presidency

Hillary Clinton is the only candidate to vote for in the 2016 presidential election.

She is one of the most qualified candidates to ever run for office. …
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Politicians should be allowed to flip-flop on issues
5 months ago

Politicians should be allowed to flip-flop on issues

By  • Opinion

Donald Trump is a flip-flopper. Hillary Clinton, Abraham Lincoln, Woodrow Wilson and Ronald Reagan are also all flip-floppers. Flip-flopping is a derogatory term in politics. It insinuates politicians are …
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Current voting system eliminates voter choice
6 months ago

Current voting system eliminates voter choice

By  • Opinion

If you’re reading this, then you probably won’t vote this November.

According to the United States Census Bureau, only 38 percent of college age citizens voted in the …
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Hillary Clinton only rational choice for Sanders’ supporters

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During the 2016 democratic presidential primary, I, along with many other young people, strongly supported Bernie Sanders over Hillary Clinton. I continue to believe that he was the superior …
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Schools must value skills-based agenda
6 months ago

Schools must value skills-based agenda

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I have struggled multiple times in the past to learn material for an exam only to realize that all the class was teaching me was how to take a test. …
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Increased minority presence in media breaks barriers
6 months ago

Increased minority presence in media breaks barriers

By  • Opinion

As a kid, I didn’t have a lot, if any, Latino stars to look up to. So when I was younger, I pretended Batman was Mexican.

Growing up, Batman was …
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Consider third party candidates
7 months ago

Consider third party candidates

By  • Opinion

The two party political system is something I just can’t seem to agree with. Whenever I tell people I am neither a Democrat nor a Republican and would rather …
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Indians’ definition of success needs to change
7 months ago

Indians’ definition of success needs to change

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For a country with a population of 1.25 billion people, India has lagged behind in medal count since the country’s first Olympic appearance at the 1900 Paris games. Team …
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Clinton’s nomination sets precedent for women
8 months ago

Clinton’s nomination sets precedent for women

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Women have come a long way in American politics since Victoria Woodhull became the first female to run for president of the United States in 1872. Last week, Hillary …
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‘Pokemon Go’ fosters community
8 months ago

‘Pokemon Go’ fosters community

By  • Opinion

“Pokemon Go” accomplished on campus in just a few short weeks what has long been missing at UTD — a cohesive sense of community.

The Pokemon Company and …
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