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Monthly Archives: March 2017

Eating disorder week sparks conversation

LIVING WITH AN ED IN COLLEGE The National Eating Disorders Association (NEDA) has dubbed Feb. 26 through Mar. 4 National Eating Disorder Awareness Week (#NEDAwareness). According to their website, the NEDA-spearheaded viral campaign aims to “shine the spotlight on eating disorders (ED) and put life-saving

Queerly Beloved // Gem Sheps

This week, Trump did what many LGBTQ+ people have been expecting since the moment he was inaugurated and rescinded the federal protection of trans students with regards to “the bathroom order.” In May of last year, Obama announced that, under Title IX, transgender students had

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Point/ Counterpoint: Slacktivism

SLACKITIVISM IS NECCESARY // Gem Sheps Although protesting is a right under the First Amendment of the US Constitution, the ability to protest is a privilege. The current political climate of the US has led to an increase in protests around the nation and the

City Scapes // Morgan Mackey

This semester I am taking three classes, working part-time for this newspaper, and doing an internship. To say that I am busy is an understatement. I have always liked to stay busy, and I thrive on having activities to do. Friday I helped a friend

From the Editor // Savannah Nelson

Working in a communication field has its perks. As a member of the press, I’ve been granted numerous opportunities—from attending enticing events to creating a portfolio of published work to giving me the tools to write effectively in AP Style, the Sentry has been kind