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Government surveillance is a topic of major debate in the present technological era, and dealing with privacy issues that surround government surveillance is a growing matter to people all around the globe. Smartphones, computers, cameras, bank ATMs and traffic lights are just the tip of this wide surveillance...

It’s an American’s moral duty to stand for the national anthem It has been nearly one year since NFL quarterback Colin Kaepernick made headlines...

On Sept. 5, President Trump rescinded the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA), an Obama-era executive action protecting almost 800,000 undocumented...

Earlier this year, the creator of the Android operating system released his first Android phone. A major reason he did this was in the hopes that he could...

Oxford’s public school system has earned its rank of No. 1 in the state. Today, we have an opportunity to reaffirm our community’s commitment to quality...

As I was traveling through Germany waiting for my study abroad program to start, I couldn’t help but notice all the monuments, memorials and museums...

I will be the first to say that Betsy DeVos was a pitiful choice as secretary of education. I am a proud product of the classic underfunded, small 1-A...

The new half of the Student Union opened recently. Red brick facade, white accents, shimmering floor-to-ceiling windows and glimmering floors. The space...

They prepare our food in the Union, serve us our coffee in the library, clean our classrooms and bathrooms and do many other indispensable jobs for our...

While I am on board for getting rid of the bear, this shark thing isn’t a good idea. Around the country, people are laughing hysterically at us (see:...