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Are Core Classes Necessary?

By Preethi Mangadu Web Content Contributor Many universities across the United States have a General Education Core Curriculum that is supposed to benefit every student, but many people argue that core classes do not contribute to a student’s education and college experience.  Every Texas public school has a Texas Core Curriculum with courses that are established by the Texas Higher Education Coordinating Board in the Texas Education Code. The courses vary in categories […]

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The Course Everyone Should Take

By Lea Mercado Web Content Assistant Manager College is recognized as the most significant opportunity to become familiar with the world around you, not only through education and prospective contributions to the workforce but through interacting with the community and applying classroom knowledge while doing so. The problem is, not every program equips students with an in-depth understanding of how exactly our society functions. Though universities have tried to accomplish […]

todayDecember 10, 2021 97 2

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The Difference Between Defunding and Abolishing the Police

By Timia CobbWeb Content Contributor The U.S. law system has many critics. Many of these critics believe that the system of police officers and various forms of prisons, jails, detention camps, etc. are dishonorable and are in dire need of reform. Not everyone wants reform. Some are fighting to abolish the whole system. Since the murder of George Floyd, a magnitude of citizens has protested for police defunding and reform. […]

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Philosophy Mixed: Education in Prisons

By Kimberly Clay Program Director Education of incarcerated populations have shown to decrease recidivism rate and opens opportunities for those released from prison. Dr. Adam Key, Johnathan Lollar and Cesar Bernal dive into a discussion with Dr. Rebecca Farinas and Kimberly Clay on ways that education changes prison communities and the role of empathy as a teaching tool. For more ways to get involved, join Johnathan and Cesar with Texas […]

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Representation in Education

By Savannah Howard Blog Content Contributor On Thursday, Feb. 1, Monteplier High School in Vermont became the first high school in the United States to raise a Black Lives Matter (BLM) flag. This was done in support of the BLM movement and to bring awareness to the inequality of education and resources to black students. BLM brings the sometimes uncomfortable subject of race to the forefront. It calls out the […]

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Should Law Enforcement Be Required to Obtain a Degree?

Allison Johnson Blog Content Contributor Families are hurting from the result of unethical deadly force by police officers. Some police officers turn to this way of handling a situation due to their ignorance. Wives are left without their husbands, and children are left fatherless at an extremely young age. In college, people can escape their small towns and the opinions of social demographics their parents or peers may have embedded […]

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Learning How To Take My Parent’s Advice

By Allison Johnson Blog Content Contributor In August of 1933, F. Scott Fitzgerald wrote a beautiful letter to his daughter filled with heartfelt advice. I believe the theme of his letter was not to let worldly desires be the root of your happiness, but that its advice is intended for all walks of life just as well. Fitzgerald told her to worry about things that matter, like courage and cleanliness […]

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Women Continue to Lead the Gender Gap in Education

By Maria Martinez Blog Content Contributor Happy Women’s Day! Girl Power has fought its way through a very rocky path. We have not had anything handed to us and we have fought for almost all of the rights that we can enjoy now. Women couldn’t vote, now we can. We couldn’t depend on ourselves, now we can. We couldn’t go to college but now we can; and we are doing so […]

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Changing Your Major

By Asia Daggs Blog Content Contributor One of the riskiest things you could do in college is change your major. The idea of making that huge transition and possibly losing credits scares us, and that leads to tons of students staying in fields that they do not genuinely enjoy. The problem starts with us building our determination on the hope of having financial stability in the future. We are all […]

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