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Opinion

Samantha Black, editor

Know your rights, and defend them

In 2003 President George W. Bush signed into law the “Partial-Birth Abortion Ban Act of 2003,” which was the first-ever federal ban on abortion. On behalf of the National Abortion Federation, the American Civil Liberties Union stepped in to challenge this ban. [More]

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Hi-tech may be too much of a good thing

Technology. It is developed with the intent of making our lives better, from warming up our frozen lasagna in just a minute to letting us reach far away relatives with a simple, inexpensive phone call. It’s quick, convenient, and reliable. It sure sounds perfect, right? For many of us, of course, it is. (After all, we live in an age where people rather take the elevator than the stairs.) We love it, we need it, we depend on it. Sadly, we depend on it just a little too much, and we all know “Too much of a good thing can be a bad thing.” Yes, too much technology can indeed be bad, too. [More]

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Encourage creativity, develop an art department

Artistic creativity is what makes us indiviually unique. We have all known someone who could read a textbook and be able to recite word-for-word what they read.Then, there are the people who try to recall the information during an exam by remembering the charts or graphics. I am someone who needs the aid of visuals; my life does not function without art. [More]

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