Bernie Or Bust

September 19th, 2016
7 days ago

  by Kristina Vakhman The Democratic National Convention (DNC) in July saw a split in the left like no other. From comedian Sarah Silverman calling those still standing behind Bernie Sanders “ridiculous,” to members of the audience booing and heckling Hillary Clinton’s nomination throughout the event, it was clear that “Stronger Together” was not standing […]


Church and State are Not Separate

September 19th, 2016
7 days ago

by Lorenzo Burgio With the presidential election nearing, it is important to recognize the Republican Party’s inability to separate church and state — an aspect to democracy deemed necessary by the Establishment Clause and Free Exercise Clause of the First Amendment to the Constitution. In a description of the party’s platform, the GOP official website states, “That […]


SGA and The Recorder: Seperate

September 14th, 2016
2 weeks ago

  by Analisa Novak As a member of the press, I have always questioned the Student Government Association (SGA). This is a part of my job and it’s apart of the functionality between government and press. We need to have a relationship but it needs to be separate. Being Editor-In-Chief, I have decided to include a […]


A Temporary Win in the Dakota Access Pipeline

September 14th, 2016
2 weeks ago

  Many have been standing with the Standing Rock Sioux Tribe in recent weeks in order to halt construction of crude oil pipeline planned to run under the Missouri River, because it will run through sacred land, contaminate the drinking water and violate the National Historic Preservation Act. The pipeline is planned to be 1,172 […]


The Case for a Third Party

September 14th, 2016
2 weeks ago

BY Jackson Rioux We have reached the final stretch in the 2016 presidential election. A Sept. 6 poll via CNN/ORC showed Donald Trump leading Hillary Clinton by just two points. Despite the close race, it seems like nobody is excited for either option. It’s hard to get your hopes up for anything after enduring a […]


The A-Rod I’ll Remember

September 6th, 2016
3 weeks ago

  by Kimberly Pena & Tyler Roaix In 1994, an 18-year-old kid from Miami named Alex Rodriguez broke into spring camp with the Seattle Mariners in an attempt to make the team. Almost immediately after stepping onto a Major League Baseball field, he became a household name. Within two years, he was an All-Star; within […]


Trump’s Campaign Causes Friction

May 9th, 2016
5 months ago

by Lorenzo Burgio This past Friday, hundreds of demonstrators protested the California Republican Convention to oppose Donald Trump before he could conduct his speech. The protesters made it clear they opposed Trump and his views, cheering, “ Shut Down Trump!” It seems this may be the only way to prevent anymore friction in this country caused […]


Not So Fast, Tom Brady

May 9th, 2016
5 months ago

by Tyler Roaix The NFL has won the latest round in its Deflategate legal battle and Tom Brady is once again suspended for the first four games of the season. The U.S. Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit has ruled that the NFL does indeed have the authority to suspend Brady, overturning a lower court ruling […]


Five Years After Osama Bin Laden’s Death

May 5th, 2016
5 months ago

by Analisa Novak It’s been five years since we caught Osama Bin Laden, the mastermind behind 9/11. It’s been five years since we brought justice into the lives of those who were affected by this tragedy. Five years ago when Bin Laden was killed, Americans went to the streets in unity. They went to the […]


Cowboys Made the Wrong Decision Drafting Ezekiel Elliott

May 5th, 2016
5 months ago

by Dillon Meehan 2015 was a rough year for the Dallas Cowboys. Tony Romo’s shoulder injury sidelined him for 12 games and Dallas finished with a 4-12 record. With Romo set to return with a surgically repaired shoulder, the Cowboys had the number four pick in the draft and had a chance to find the […]


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