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The rise of Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez

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A shocking upset The surprising victory of Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, a relatively unknown progressive organizer over a seasoned politician and fourth-ranking House Democrat Joe Crowley in the New York 14th’s district primary shocked many. Crowley, who was seen... More »

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Dealing with mental health in Aggieland by: Jasmine Jones

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We ask people how they are, and the answer is often, “I’m good.” What if people told us the truth? Or better yet, how different would it be if we expressed how we actually feel? Perhaps our lives would be completely different. Mental health includes our emotio... More »

Learning to love N.C. A&T by: Marisa Comer

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When I first imagined my dream college, N.C. A&T was not on the list. Part of the reason was for the sake of rebellion because I would be a legacy kid (my mother, aunt and sister are alumni), and I thought it wasn’t a good school. Now I know that isn’t tru... More »

The crisis in Venezuela: explained

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Venezuela was once the richest country in Latin America. The country is now suffering from an economic nightmare as citizens struggle to find the basic necessities in a country gripped by an internal civil war. Venezuela has the largest known oil-reserves in t... More »

The history of Easter Eggs by: Lauren Mitchell

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Lauren Mitchell Brightly decorated eggs, Easter egg rolling, Easter egg hunts are all integral to celebrating Easter today. However, painting eggs during the springtime predates Christianity. In many cultures, the egg symbolizes new life, fertility, and rebirt... More »