Satire: Students tackle enormous debt by simply selling graduation tickets

Editor’s Note: Columns appearing under “Meanwhile, in Sparta…” are works of fiction. Any references to real people, places or events are satirical statements that do not reflect real events. Asem Abdelfattah Assistant News Editor A startup at Troy has found an innovative way to help students pay off their loans by selling their graduation tickets. “I Read More

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Opinion: Christianity is not bound by culture

Taylor Walding Variety Editor I thank God from the bottom of my heart that I was born in a free country to Christian parents who raised me in a God-fearing, Bible-believing church. Many Christians in America, myself included, far too often take for granted the religious liberty we enjoy. While Christians around the world face persecution Read More

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Opinion: Republicans shouldn’t complain about democratic legislation after their legislative failure

Sam Stroud Staff Writer With a Democratic-led House, we see nothing but one embarrassment of a bill after another. Whether it’s a bill saying we have to get rid of farting cows, or some other far-reaching endeavor, Republicans love to complain about these new proposals. But, they have no right to — they had their chance Read More

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