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Is America's War on Drugs in Focus?

Tyler Leahy
Opinions Editor

America is losing the “war on drugs.” No, this is not the same “war on drugs” that has been long-fabled since its first mention by President Richard Nixon back in 1971. 631 more words

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STN MTN Strikes Gold on Concept, Lacks in Music

Tyler Leahy
Opinions Editor

This week’s album of the week is technically not an album. Rather, it is a continuation of an album in the strange joint-release of Childish Gambino’s free mixtape STN MTN and for-profit EP Kauai on Oct.2. 511 more words

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American Education Will Never Be "Free" But Will It Always Be Broken?

Tyler Leahy
Opinions Editor

They say the best things in life are free. This time “they” means the Germans, and the “best things” are higher education opportunities. 666 more words

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SBTRKT Shines With Wonder Where We Land

Tyler Leahy
Opinions Editor

In an effort to let his music speak for itself, London-based producer Aaron Jerome performs under the moniker SBTRKT (pronounced “subtract”). The self-taught electronic music visionary also neglects to promote his music, trusting that the music will reach an audience even in anonymity. 374 more words

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Derek Jeter: Bigger Than Baseball?

Tyler Leahy
Opinions Editor

Twenty years from now, when I look back on my trip to Fenway Park this past Sunday , there will be details of the endcap to Derek Jeter’s twenty year career that I might not remember. 1,051 more words

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Hail The Sun Unleashes Ambitious Record "Wake"

Tyler Leahy
Opinions Editor

There is a likely chance that you have never heard of Sacramento, California based post hardcore revivalists Hail The Sun. Before their 2012 EP Elephantitis made an unexpected internet splash, Hail the Sun had more fellow musicians endorsing their  technical brand of post hardcore than they did fans. 422 more words

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Social Change Starts at Home

Tyler Leahy
Opinions Editor

In the time since my high school graduation in June 2011, a growing uneasiness has overcome me. I fear that my hometown is a microcosm of a greater issue that is affecting American communities throughout the nation. 998 more words

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