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Be smart, don’t be like former Dolphins O-line coach

Pictured Above: Miami Dolphins offensive line during a 2012 game against the Oakland Raiders. Chris Foerster, an offensive line coach, was recently fired for snorting cocaine on video. Courtesy of June Rivera By Michael Fergusson Common sense: that little voice in your head that says “you probably shouldn’t do that.” Some of us have it. […]

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What we can learn from Hollywood and Harvey Weinstein

By Sara M. McDonald Manipulation. That is a word commonly used by the women who have accused Harvey Weinstein of sexual misconduct to describe their horrific experiences with the American film producer. At least 28 actresses, models, journalists and former employees of Weinstein have come forward with allegations against him, including Gwyneth Paltrow, Angelina Jolie, […]

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Twenty-three full faculty members write letter of support for Wisniewska

This letter was written and signed by 23 full faculty members of USFSP. When asked for her reaction, Sophia Wisniewska responded via text saying “As you may suspect, I was very honored by the professional support that I received from those with whom I worked the closest. Their support means the world to me. It […]

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Letter to the editor: Clarifying the procedures and policies of the Wellness Center

By Dr. Anita Sahgal, director of the Wellness Center and Student Disability Services Editor’s note: This letter is in response to an article that ran in The Crow’s Nest on 10/02 titled “Wellness Center addresses demand for student counseling.” The author wanted to address any questions readers may have by explaining some of the Wellness […]

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Defend liberty: the right to keep and bear arms

By Antonio D Fazzalari Late Sunday night at the Route 91 Harvest country music festival in Las Vegas, an armed gunman opened fire on a crowd of attendees, killing 58 and injuring over 500. Identified as Stephen Paddock, 64, the gunman was found with 23 guns and thousands of rounds of ammunition stockpiled in his […]

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The conversation we need to have about gun reform

By Emily Wunderlich Columbine: 13 people dead. Virginia Tech: 32 people dead. Aurora: 12 people dead. Sandy Hook: 28 people dead. San Bernardino: 14 people dead. Pulse nightclub: 49 people dead. This was the deadliest mass shooting in modern American history— until Sunday. Late Sunday, 64-year-old Stephen Paddock unleashed a hail of gunfire onto the Las […]

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Know the true costs of college before you attend

By Antonio D Fazzalari Have you ever considered why you are pursuing a college education? Was it perhaps established as the only sensible course of action following high school during your childhood? Or maybe higher education is necessary for your future career? Regardless of the forces which propelled you into the realm of high-academia, college […]

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