Zachary Grizzard, Correspondent
Presidents Day, also known as George Washington’s Birthday, is most commonly known as a day that we get out of school or potentially off from work (sorry private sector employees). As history tells us, Presidents Day is a good way to recognize our leaders through time and be appreciative of where we have come as a nation. Many people, however, do not know the reason we celebrate Presidents Day, the original name, or how it even came to be.
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Miranda Prescott, Correspondent
“You could not know what stress is. You do not have a reason to be stressed.” Ninety percent of the time, a college student has heard that at least once from someone they know. Whether it is a family member or a friend, these words have been uttered more times than you care to remember.
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Scott Young, News Editor
On Tuesday, February 4, Trump delivered the final State of the Union address of his first term in office. When Trump concluded his speech, House Speaker Nancy Pelosi ripped up a copy of Trump’s speech.
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Garrett Sanders, Correspondent
Last Sunday in Miami, Florida, we witnessed one of the worst choke-jobs in sports history. Super Bowl LIV featured the two hottest teams in the National Football League, but what we saw on Sunday with the San Francisco 49ers and Kansas City Chiefs was that no matter how aggressive one coach has shown to be, there is always a moment where they can crumble and fold.
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Kaitlin Fleming, Editor in Chief
Censorship. What a fun word to throw around when something doesn’t quite go your way. But what exactly is censorship and what does it look like?
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