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Sterling Wilmer

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Talk It Out: Black Friday

Black friday blues: stop, drop, think before you shop By Sterling Wilmer The Black Friday Blues is the unfulfilling exhaustion that occurs in...

The ‘Empire’ of Lies: How TV undermines black progress

Dear black people, What is wrong with sitting down in front of the television or laptop with a cozy blanket to watch a little Empire?...

The ‘wrong’ sounding name shouldn’t cost someone a job or life

The last time I checked, a non-ethnic name was not a qualification to be employed at a place of business in America. Race continues to...

Physical books more important than e-books

The pages of a book unlock adventure, information and never-ending amounts of tactile entertainment. The authenticity and accessibility of a paper book outweighs having...

Build-a-Baby workshop, disastrous innovation

Playing God by editing DNA is not only blasphemous, but extremely dangerous to the development and success of the human race. Every human is born...

Aborted fetal tissue should be used for research

Despite the moral questioning behind this research, the use of aborted fetal tissue is essential for finding cures for deadly illnesses. For every life lost,...

FDA’s new guidelines raise concerns of previous food quality

The Food and Drug Administration is finally doing its job now that the agency has set firmer health guidelines for U.S. and foreign food...

Talk it Out: Students should steer clear of Greek life

Greek organizations are often underscored by attitudes of extreme elitism, stereotypical and discriminative selection of members and boastful expressions of sexist and sexually profane ideals...

Emploees of news stations now vulnerable bait for violence

The dangers of working for a news station nowadays are unimaginable, and so is the lack of security provided to employees. Many Americans cling to...

Talk It Out: Committing heinous crimes is grounds for being tried...

There is never an excuse for heinous acts—not even in youth. Just a year ago, a horrific crime was committed on a western Michigan playground....