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Maybe It Didn’t Happen For A Reason

 By Melanie SalazarWeb Content Contributor I used to wholeheartedly believe that everything happened for a reason; I was good at it too. I could see all the small inconveniences in my life, like having to take an alternate route because of a road closure or the person in front of me taking 10 minutes too long on their coffee order, making me late. They all seemed like things that had […]

todayApril 15, 2021 28

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Fact vs. Fiction: The Illusion of Truth

By Jernice KelleyWeb Content Contributor Have you ever been in an argument and someone is proven wrong yet they cannot face the facts? Often, they double down on their original point of view. It’s one of the most incredibly frustrating things to endure, yet it happens every day.  When people are confronted with facts that contradict their view, something known as the "backfire effect" occurs. Essentially, “fact-checking” someone can cause […]

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Let’s Talk Fat Phobia

By Timia Cobb Web Content Contributor Let’s stop ignoring the elephant in the room, fatphobia is a thing and it is ingrained into today’s society. Yes, fatphobia is real, no matter what social media trolls think. However, fatphobia isn’t a fear of fat people, but the fear or uneasiness of all things associated with fat bodies and being fat. So, where did this fear come from and why are so […]

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Social Media and Politics: How Much Is Too Much?

By Alisa Pierce Blog Content Contributor The first debate between the Republican and Democratic presidential candidates aired on almost all major news networks last week. Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton spent their allotted time pushing their ideas and insulting one another, while America weighed in not only on the policies presented, but also the feelings and opinions evoked by them. These feelings were subsequently put on display during the debate […]

todayOctober 4, 2016 1

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Best of Both Worlds

By Asia Daggs Blog Content Contributor A few decades back, it was not seen as decent or appropriate to be with someone of different race or ethnicity. We have all heard stories or watched movies that display an interracial couple going through obstacles just to be together. Some would say America is now a melting pot of all cultures, or that everyone has a ‘little bit of everything’ in them. Interracial couples […]

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Let’s Talk Reality: Twinning

by Malcolm Thomas Other Side Drive Segment Producer VH1 seems to have all of television’s hit reality shows on their roster. From the dramatic reality shows to the laid back reality shows, they have it all. Personally, I’m starting to drift away from the reality shows that don’t have meaning; I’m now more interested with the shows that have substance and a goal to reach by the end of the […]

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The Problems with Social Media

Kalie Souknary KTSW Web Content Contributor *KTSW consists of and respects varying opinions within its staff. Opinion articles do not reflect the opinion of KTSW as a whole. I can’t stay off social media. I might be more active some days or I don’t post but once all day, but I’m obsessed with being connected to the world. I couldn’t go one day without getting on social media. I consider […]

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Finding Yourself: A short word by a friend

By Daniela Garcia Blog Content Contributor *KTSW consists of and respects varying opinions within its staff. Opinion articles do not reflect the opinion of KTSW as a whole. Are you finding yourself in a slump, occasionally catching a glimpse of yourself on the black computer screen that follows the end of yet another Netflix series then thinking, "What am I doing with my life?" Do you precede to mindlessly pulling out your phone holding the power of the entire internet but subject to scrolling past Facebook posts that you frankly do […]

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Millennial Traits that Older Generations Can’t Stand

by Kalie Souknary KTSW Web Content *KTSW consists of and respects varying opinions within its staff. Opinion articles do not reflect the opinion of KTSW as a whole. As our generation develops into our early adulthood years and starts seeking internships and careers, our parents continue to remind us of traditional advice that we always respond to in the same way: “I know.” You know what I’m talking about. Your dad […]

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