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Editorial: Don’t discriminate, educate

On Tuesday, March 22, there was a terrorist attack by two suicide bombers in Brussels, Belgium. According to the New York Times, the attack consisted of two bombings. One was at the Brussels Airport, which killed 10 people and one at the Maelbeek subway station, which killed about 20 people. Approximately 230 others were injured. After the attacks, ISIS issued ...

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Are self-driving cars necessary?

Written by Terrance Johnson, Staff Writer Imagine a world where your car drives for you. No more rushing to work, no more having trouble eating and driving at the same time, no more worrying about who’s going to be D.D. for the night. Now imagine this very same world; but not only do cars drive by themselves, they also suggest ...

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Student with cancer enjoys early graduation

Written by Jordan Barela, Editor-in-Chief While most students were getting ready to take in the beach sun or catch up on Netflix over spring break, one VSU student graduated early. Michael Cowger graduated cum laude with a double major in finance and economics on March 11. The reason for his early graduation: Li-Fraumeni syndrome, a rare type of cancer that ...

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Changes in store for mass media department

Written by Kenzie Kesselring, Opinions Editor In fall 2016, the Mass Media Department will roll out its new curriculum for students who have not yet completed their pre requisite courses. At a March 10 meeting, students were invited to attend a meeting where upcoming curriculum changes were discussed, and students were informed on how the changes would affect their education ...

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