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Dr. Peterson presentation at The Falls Event Center

Vanessa Montalvo, Opinions Editor

After the persistence of the Young Americans for Liberty, Dr. Jordan Peterson presented on the ethics of free speech and safe spaces. Once scheduled at Linfield, the talk moved to The Falls Event Center and was open to...

April 26, 2017No Comments

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Opinion

Letter to the editor

Joshua Harper, For the Review

Discussions on who faces structural oppression, who is marginalized, and conversely, who is privileged, have been increasingly more common. If it were not for their rampant high-mindedness and low-browedness,...

April 20, 2017No Comments

Let the world’s hungry decide on GM food

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Spring break – homework catchup or actually a break?

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ASLC presents three different acts for Wildstock this year

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Ricky’s Taco Truck

Annika Lindburg, Staff Writer and Online Coordinator

The second round of food trucks was a success, thanks to ASLC. Ricky’s taco truck had an assortment of Mexican food: tacos, quesadillas, tortas, burritos, and an assort...

April 3, 2017No Comments

Jasmine Fojas

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“An empowering woman is someone who leads by example...

Alexis Michael

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“When I feel empowered, I am living life on my own term...

Empowering women

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“An empowering woman is somebody who can interpret t...

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