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Zach Ienatsch

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Students should have more say over tuition fees

Just as voters have a stake in where their tax dollars go, students should receive the same courtesy with their tuition. The average full-time student...
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Letter to the editor

Dear Editor, A recent opinion piece in The University Star Volume 108, Issue 4 from Sept. 18, 2018, regarding parking issues on campus grabbed my attention. The...
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Local restaurants need your place at the table

With so many dining options around San Marcos for locals and Bobcats to dine with, picking a place for lunch may not always be...
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Young, educated people are a powerful voting block

No mentality is more dangerous to democracy than the misconception a single vote does not matter. Even more egregious is the lack of faith...
With potential employers flocking to campus for the career fair, students should remind themselves what they can gain from the resource and more importantly, what is in their best interests.

Students should not sell themselves short at internship, career fairs

With potential employers flocking to campus for the career fair, students should remind themselves what they can gain from the resource and more importantly,...
The new rules are a step in the wrong direction for higher education in this country and threaten to silence victims and shield perpetrators from justice.

New Department of Education guidelines are bad for victims

New sexual assault policy proposals from the Betsy DeVos-led Department of Education bolster the rights of college students accused of sexual misconduct and university...
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Moving to Canada is not a solution for problems at home

Whenever national politics fail to suit a disgruntled citizen, they may quip, “That’s it, I’m moving to Canada." This claim is rarely a serious threat,...
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Pay artists fairly, exposure is not enough

For struggling artists trying to find success in their area of passion, a big break can be valuable in making their dream more sustainable....
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Voluntourism falls short of its intended goals

A popular form of international travel for the last few years entails young Americans, usually high school and college students, traveling to nations in...
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America should not elect billionaires or celebrities to office

True to the character of a society enamored by instant gratification, Americans are already looking forward to fielding the 2020 ticket against President Donald...