Opinion: Anonymous sources

Americans will always remember September 11 as a day of terror. It is fitting that journalist and author Bob Woodward wants Americans to think of terror when they see his new book “Fear: Trump in the White House,” released Sept. 11. Woodward has been attacked by President Donald Trump and other senior White House officials for his use of anonymous […]

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Opinion: Gender discrimination

Even in defeat, Serena Williams dominated the headlines following the 2018 U.S. Open. Her confrontation with chair umpire Carlos Ramos led to violations and fines, and a renewed dialogue about gender discrimination in tennis. During the match, Williams sacrificed her image as a role model in order to prove a point. While she had justifiable reasons to be upset with […]

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Column: Life with Logan

If my house was on fire, I know exactly what I would save. I only have minutes before the flames collapse the building, and every second spent inside the inferno will leave me with burns of varying degrees. I must sprint as quickly as possible and retrieve only my most treasured possession. I won’t have time to snatch anything else. […]

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Opinion: Commuter parking

When commuter students arrived for the Fall 2018 semester, the concept of guaranteed parking spots became a distant memory. The new commuter parking passes created a traffic free-for-all.  Students lapped the parking lots for upwards of 30 minutes, scanning for any open spaces. Some eventually settled for spots far away from their destination. Frustrations continued to grow. During the first-week-of-school […]

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Opinion: Moon mission

One small film, one great idea September: the unofficial National Overreaction Month. In the first week alone, we witnessed Nike apparel set aflame, Serena Williams’ tempestuous courtside tantrum and, most recently, Americans criticizing a film that has not yet reached theaters.  Not long after Damien Chazelle’s Neil Armstrong biopic “First Man” premiered at the Venice Film Festival Aug. 29, news […]

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Opinion: 3-D printed firearms

Cody Wilson successfully fired a 3-D printed gun while attending the University of Texas Law School in 2013. Just a few days later, Wilson dropped out of law school to focus his energy on his newfound — and now proven successful — hobby designing 3-D guns. Soon after firing the first 3-D printed gun, nicknamed the Liberator, Wilson began to […]

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Column: Life with Logan

Chaos, confusion and tragedy. These three words summarized Sept. 11, 2001, a day made infamous by Islamic terror. The attacks resulted in 3,000 innocent American deaths and 6,000 injured. It left America crippled, angry and distraught. We often measure a tragedy based on death tolls and injuries, but we rarely consider the people who miraculously escaped both. According to CNN, […]

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Opinion: Cashless dining

No one likes waiting, especially for food. Smelling food and wondering how long it will take to get your order can be frustrating and time-consuming.  Sodexo is trying something new this semester that might save a few minutes of your time. All dining locations in the Montview Student Union will be primarily cashless this semester. The changes are part of […]

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Opinion: #MeToo scandal

Early in 2018, #MeToo came for the Southern Baptist Convention.  And before the rest of us think we’re exempt from the judgment at hand, we must realize that #MeToo has also come for us. In March, President and Chief Executive of the SBC’s Executive Committee Frank Page resigned over what was described by the church as a “morally inappropriate relationship […]

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Opinion: Kavanaugh’s Pro-Life stance isn’t enough

Since the June 2018 announcement that Judge Brett Kavanaugh would be President Trump’s next nominee for Supreme Court justice, the battle for the ideological future of the Supreme Court has been fiercely fought and debated over. Kavanaugh, if confirmed, would create a Supreme Court’s balance of five conservatives and four liberals, and the ideological balance of the court would shift. […]

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Column: Happy Grandparents’ Day

As a young child, spending weekends with my grandparents felt like heaven. They lived in a small brick house in northern Georgia. Towering pine trees, planted by my grandpa years before, lined the dirt driveway leading to the building I called my second home. A large number of black cats lived in the backyard, protecting the home from mice that […]

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