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The tiring rhetoric of the Clinton campaign Gender-based voting and you

In Community/World News, Opinion/Editorial by Travis Arment

The presidential primary race is in full swing and the democratic candidates, Hillary Clinton and Bernie Sanders, are neck and neck. Residents of Pennsylvania will have the opportunity to cast their primary vote on April 26, 2016. It is important for voters to stay informed, but to do so one must wade through the muck and mire of mud-slinging campaigns.

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Intersections Renewed vitriolic rhetoric hurts communities

In Community/World News, Opinion/Editorial by Cindy Vicente

11 million. That is the estimated number of undocumented individuals in the United, as reported by the Pew Research Center. In this piece, you will note my intentional use of the word “undocumented” instead of “illegal immigrant/alien.” This is to preserve the dignity of this community and to be more accurate—people are not illegal, some simply lack the proper documentation …

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Intersections The damaging effects of hypermasculinity

In Opinion/Editorial by Cindy Vicente

Hypermasculinity—defined as an exaggerated display of masculine aggression, sexuality, and strength—has caused incredible damage to cisgender and transgender women and girls in all reaches of the world. Misogyny, a byproduct of hypermasculinity, has caused many societies to view and treat women as secondary to men and boys.

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Intersections Pink and Brown

In Opinion/Editorial by Cindy Vicente

The English professor, who reignited my fervor for composition, insisted his students define their terms. How could we write effectively if the audience is not 100% certain of how we use words or colloquialisms?

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Commuting can be great, if you can make it work A combination of methods may sometimes be required for students

In Opinion/Editorial by Robert Beiler

I’d never considered the possibility that all my classes wouldn’t be at the same campus, yet that is where I found myself at the beginning of this spring semester. Commuting between the Lancaster and Harrisburg campuses of Harrisburg Area Community College (HACC) has been an interesting experience. The hard part was figuring out how to get there. While I have a car, …

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Confessions: Stress

In Opinion/Editorial by Danielle Shaver

As I sit here in the office I find it harder and harder to think of something to write as my confessions article. To be honest I feel like I am losing my mind. So many things are happening on and off campus lately its hard to decide on just one topic to discuss. I find myself just typing what …