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U.S. Reacts to Russian Cease-fire Violation

Tension with Russia has increased once again due to cease-fire violations. For the past year, conflict in Ukraine has put pressure on the already unstable relationship between the United States and Russia. An agreement was made Feb. 12 to stabilize...

Now is not the time to renovate the XL center

This past week, Gov. Dannel Malloy released his annual budget with millions worth of cuts – most notably in higher education, mental health and services for the developmentally disabled. However, debate over an expensive renovation or rebuilding...

Oklahoma Representative  Dan Fisher has introduced a measure to cut out the negative parts of American history  which could include the displacement of Native Americans, lynching of African Americans and losing the war  Vietnam. Photo courtesy of Pixaby

History classes must not hide America’s faults

By Chris Sacco, Staff Columnist The long assault on the true, objective history of the United States as an invaluable part of American education, continued this week in Oklahoma. The curriculum for Advanced Placement, or AP U.S. History, having been...

Dual citizens of Middle Eastern descent often face discrimination in both American airports and overseas. AP Photo

A Tale of Two Airports

By Kayvon Ghoreshi, Opinion Editor I have a running joke amongst friends and family about how I have the best skin for the beach and the worst skin for airports. To a certain extent, its true. When my family travels there have been cases of extra...

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