By Liam Chan Hodges, Franklin and Marshall College
Despite being undersized for a volleyball player, the University of Hawaii athlete is talented enough to play both indoor volleyball for his school and beach volleyball professionally.
Political rhetoric has turned gun ownership into an untouchable issue that relies on paranoia and fearmongering. In reality, the conversation is simple.
Outside of the contiguous United States, patriotism looks a little different.
After being cut from WSU, Maui-native and pitcher Ryley Widell transferred to an Arizona junior college, where he then proceeded to prove everyone wrong.
More students are using recreational drugs than ever before, so we spoke with several dealers to better understand the college drug-bubble and the role it plays in shaping national drug policy.
The real danger posed by terrorism is psychological, which means that the media is responsible for its potency.
Especially when it means cutting programs that veterans actually use, increasing defense spending does little for the troops.
Do you know the difference between news and clickbait?
Trump’s recent missile strike may have more to do with Pyongyang than Aleppo.
What would you do if your loved ones were drafted?
Being exposed to other opinions benefits you, in more ways than you know.
The people of Lancaster, PA, could teach Americans a thing or two about balancing politics and humanity.
Though ostensibly progressive, Gabbard opposes the removal of Al-Assad from Syria and has been endorsed by a former KKK grand wizard.
As a surf photographer, Ricca is used to dealing with unpredictability and constant turmoil, which definitely helps with school.
To what extent can a teacher’s political opinions show up in the classroom?
While celebrities and the media focus on Trump’s depravity (and his tweets), the root of America’s problem is being overlooked.
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