Opinion

Staff: Grace Crapps

'Joker' Film Accused of Influencing Violence

Seven years ago, towards the end of July a young man dressed as the infamous villain, the joker, walked into a Colorado theater named Aurora, to attend what was the new Batman movie at the time, “The Dark Night.” Not even an hour into the movie, ...

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Is Vaping Really a Crisis?

Many college students vape regularly, claiming that e-cigarettes help them destress between classes. However, these vaping devices are linked to multiple cases of illness and even death across the country.  The Center for Disease Control and Prev...

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California Act Violates NCAA Rules

Student-athletes should not receive payment or bonuses, outside of scholarships, for participating in college athletics.  According to a report by The Los Angeles Times, on Sept. 11, The California State Assembly passed The Pay to Play Act, which...

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Do "The Streaming Wars" Affect You?

Do you stream your favorite shows on a regular basis? Maybe you binge watch shows on Netflix and Hulu. If you do, listen up, “The Streaming Wars” are affecting you and will continue to do so. College students binge their favorite shows on a regul...

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Digging Deep on 'Game of Thrones'

Badgers, both students and faculty, are buzzing about the eighth season of “Game of Thrones” and making major speculations on what they expect to happen. Dr. Nicholas Wood, a professor in the history department said, “As a historian, I can’t imagi...

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