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Smashing Stereotypes

by Kara Hansen

Women are too often conditioned to believe that they can’t be outspoken, brave, or independent, and this stereotype is perpetuated by female representation in literature. There is also an unfortunate trend in books, whether intentional... Read More

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All about Animals

by Kara Hansen

Our planet is home to millions of species of animals and, from the most common to the most exotic, each one has something that makes them extraordinary in their own way. For instance, most frogs breathe through their skin, some fish can... Read More

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State of Unrest

by Kara Hansen

This past year and a half has been tumultuous, as was expected by many when a man lacking basic humanitarian values was elected president of the US. With a multitude of shootings, families being separated at the border, a prejudiced... Read More

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Christmas in July

by Kara Hansen

With long days of sunshine and summer fun, the end-of-year holidays seem a million miles away. Although it’s the season of marshmallows, not chestnuts, roasting on open fires, it will be Christmas Day in the blink of an eye. As always,... Read More

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Get Outside

by Kara Hansen

It’s finally summer. The snowy, cold, and gray days of winter are far behind now—at least for a little while—and long days of sunshine and blue skies are here to take their place. Along with this relief of warm weather comes the... Read More

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Summer Resolutions

by Hannah Hohman

Every January 1st, people across the world set new goals and plans for themselves—resolutions for the new year. The joke is that we abandon our goals by February and go right back to our regular bad habits. To be realistic, this joke... Read More

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Can We Have Class Outside?

by Hannah Hohman

If you’re in school right now, you’ve probably heard this question a hundred times over the last week. The sun is shining, the shorts are breaking out, and everybody is antsy. Sitting through a lecture with that dead look in your eye... Read More

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