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Madison Teague

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The United Nations is nothing but a joke

Saudi Arabia is overseeing an influential human rights panel for the United Nations. I don't know whether to laugh at the irony or cry...

BuzzFeed video displays watered down version of Christianity

I’m a Christian, but I'm going to stereotype and condemn the rest of Christianity, while conveniently leaving myself out. I’m a Christian but...

‘Healthy at every size’ movement spreads unhealthy mindset

 Most of the world's population currently lives in countries where weight-related issues kill more people than starvation does. Over 300,000 people die from obesity every year...

Campus carry a positive for students

Firearms are a tools used for protection, not monsters to be feared. Beginning on Aug. 1, 2016, all legal gun owners licensed to carry a...

GOP debate anything but boring

The Republican Party boasts a diverse list of 11 candidates campaigning to win the 2016 presidential nomination. All of them put on a great debate...

Talk it Out: Greek life a great option for students

Greek organizations have been under heavy criticism in light of events that have left some sororities and fraternities appearing exclusive, perverse and even racist....

Students benefit from graduating early

Getting ahead in life is the purpose of college and the reason Bobcats are here in the first place. Graduating early provides an even...

Students must graduate with experience, not just a sheet of paper

Every parent, teacher and former student will give you the same advice: buy your books, go to class, take notes, do homework and study. This...

Freedom of expression important note in flag debate

There is a difference between ignorance and stupidity. The key difference is that ignorance simply implies lack of awareness about a subject, while stupidity conveys...

Proposed river legislation may do more harm than good

San Marcos is known for the beautiful river running through it. Protecting the condition of the San Marcos River and the safety of the people...