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Letter to the Editor: Unconstitutional vs. wrong

By Zach Gray –¬†Former Co-Editor-in-Chief, Class of 2014

The opinion section of the Chronicle is vital for communication students to air their viewpoints in a constructive and well thought manner. 308 more words

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The wait for the rainbow at the end of the tunnel

Pride Parades are events for the LGBT community celebrating their culture and pride. The events also at times serve as demonstrations for legal rights such as same-sex marriage. 422 more words

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Development Secrecy in the Games Industry is Stupid!

Let me set the scene. You’re perusing through your twitter timeline and you discover that an unannounced game has been¬†leaked. It could be an image, a description, a date, hell a video! 768 more words

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Frida Kahlo

Frida Kahlo as a style icon is funny to me. I’ve never thought of her as fashionable. She was, however, known for being unapologetic about her heritage at a time when Mexicans were unpopular in America. 505 more words

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Seniors take one step closer to graduation

Story by Lindsay Long, Destiny White, and Hannah Wright, Photo by Sam Aaron.

With the much anticipated day of graduation coming up in nearly two months, seniors are becoming ecstatic and anxious for the upcoming weeks. 359 more words

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Building Fences

Story by Haley Dixon

Fences is a film that can only be described as a personal movie. It takes a deep look inside the life of the Maxson family, with father Troy Maxson (Denzel Washington), mother Rose Maxson (Viola Davis), and son Cory Maxson (Jovan Adepo). 395 more words

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Strict voter laws: Protecting or prohibiting?

Upon reading the news during the recent election cycle, it would not be far-fetched to believe that America was in the midst of the worst voter fraud scandal in history. 935 more words

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