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Antifa and the Fight Against the Far Right

Kole Oakes, Editor-in-Chief March 26, 2018

The Black Bloc, more commonly referred to as Antifa, is an Anti-Fascist movement dedicated to stopping the spread of white supremacy and far right ideology wherever it emerges. They are not one unified...

Bottom of the Food Chain

Bottom of the Food Chain

Fangsu Li, Staff Writer March 24, 2018

The origin of how food goes from the fields and ends on the dinner table brings up the concerns of a very important social problem: unfair treatment of agricultural pickers. There is a documentary...

Instead of wasting time better spent working to create new policies, government officials and President Trump should not focus on who or what to blame but ensuring the safety of students.

Blaming Should Not Be an Excuse for Inaction

Avery Wall , Editor-in-Chief March 24, 2018

In a recent NBC Think article by Dr. Whitney DeCamp, politicians including President Donald Trump pointed fingers at violent video games as one of the main causes of violent crimes, such as school shootings....

It is better to stay at home to rest and miss class rather than spread the flu virus to everyone around you.

Stay Away, No One Wants Your Germs!

Avery Wall , Editor-in-Chief March 22, 2018

Lately, the flu is going around campus. Students and faculty alike are getting sick, and some believe that it is okay to come to class if they are feeling a little under the weather. However, even just...

Why Pulling an All-Nighter Is Not a Good Idea

Why Pulling an All-Nighter Is Not a Good Idea

Avery Wall , Editor-in-Chief March 22, 2018

College is a fun yet stressful time for young adults starting a new chapter in their lives; however, with university life comes with heavy coursework and projects that take up much of student’s time...

DONT FEED THE CATS! signs that are placed throughout DSU campus.

CAUTION: Campus Cat Cameras

Stormy Ferrell, Publisher January 25, 2018

Have you noticed the warning signs that were recently posted around DSU campus? If not, it’s probably because most of them have been knocked over and eventually covered by dead leaves. So, to fill...

Excuses! Excuses!

Excuses! Excuses!

Sabrina Crain, Staff Writer December 4, 2017
WARNING! This article discusses rape culture/sexual assault and may not be suitable for all readers.
Size Does Not Matter

Size Does Not Matter

Sabrina Crain, Staff Writer November 30, 2017
WARNING! This article discusses the effects of eating disorders and may not be suitable for all readers.
Is Hate Speech Violence?

Is Hate Speech Violence?

Kole Oakes, Editor-in-Chief November 30, 2017

Since the election of Donald Trump, America has been faced with a increased resurgence of far-right organizations and ideology. On Aug12, various far right organizations gathered for an Unite the Right...

Does One Size Fit All in Today’s Society?

Does One Size Fit All in Today’s Society?

Dearron Stewart , Staff Writer November 3, 2017

As recent years have passed, Americans and myself have become more aware of the recent racial tensions between white Americans and African Americans. With riots that end in tragedies like Charlottesville...

Exploring Cleveland

Exploring Cleveland

Wyatt O'Keefe, Copy Editor October 31, 2017

Need a quick break from your classes? Why not explore some of the opportunities for some fun and exercise that is surrounding you? There are many options not only around DSU campus to fill up your down...

Opinion: Mississippi’s Education Vacuum

Opinion: Mississippi’s Education Vacuum

Nick Houston May 3, 2017

The Freedom Project is an afterschool and summer program that helps underprivileged students in the Mississippi Delta. They have outposts in Meridian, Rosedale, and Sunflower County. Tutors work with students...