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How PC culture threatens the institution of free speech

Attempts to control thought and language by asserting words or ideas taboo on the basis of offense erode the pillars on which our society...

Rate R for Romance: How romantic comedies harmfully affect our view...

Romantic comedies, as harmless as they may seem, can actually have profound effects on how watchers view healthy relationships and the world around them. Romantic...

Bobcats should be weary of Uber in light of recent criminal...

Somehow, the age-old rule of not getting into cars with strangers has been completely demolished in the name of ride-hailing services. Uber, arguably the most...

Being a Bobcat should include voting

Texas State should devote more resources to informing students on voting. America, and Texas specifically, has a real voting problem. For a place that prides...

The primaries’ political pony show

In the wake of Super Tuesday, many people are left scratching their heads, wondering what has become of the American model as a Trump...

Journalism is not dead: Dispelling the myth of journalism’s demise

Despite the persistent belief journalism is slowly rotting away into nonexistence, the discipline is merely shedding its old skin and evolving into something shiny...

Bobcats believe in own love story

“All You Need Is Love” seemed to become the new tune this year after the White House was lit in an array of rainbow...

Black History Month: Why we need more black professors

Studies have shown that the field of education is not only less appealing, but also less welcoming to African-Americans. According to the 2013 report by...

Republican obstruction of new Supreme Court appointment un-American

Early Saturday, the United States’ brilliant Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia was found dead. With the mourning period of less than 48 hours over,...

Black History Month: Get your swirl on but be mindful of...

Ah, love. So light, airy and free—except when it is not. Love can be treacherous and soul-crushingly damaging, yet people love to be in...