Office of Student Engagement rearranges student organization offices; 10 spaces affected

The offices of student organizations on the second floor of the University Center were rearranged in late August prior to the beginning of the fall semester.

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What’s next for Hillary?

I can’t really think of any good reasons why Clinton wouldn’t want to use the government email, so naturally, suspicion creeps in. Questions as to why she didn’t use the government email may never be answered by her directly, and we may never know the full truth of everything, as only she knows why she acted the way she did.

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Don’t forget to vote. Just don’t do it, OK?

Election Day is today. It is our birth right as citizens of this country to vote. Men and women have been arrested, beaten, disowned, and died for our right to do so. But, most of us are lazy and complacent. I know for me, I’d rather risk having to push my car instead of stopping for gas and sometimes I don’t care enough about issues that don’t directly affect me. And a lot of you probably feel that way, too.

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Vote Like Your Life Depends on It

We’ve been told our country is deeply divided, deeply polarized. Voting is an opportunity to talk about those differences and cast our lot, to see how many agree with us and how many don’t. When only 18 percent of our eligible population is voting, then only 18 percent of that conversation is being had. So if you choose not to vote because our country is too corrupt, or our leaders are too out of touch, you’re doing your part in upholding that system of inequality and polarization.

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