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The mob attack on the Capitol on Jan. 6 has caused many people to consider whether President Trump should be removed from office. The O'Colly asked two Oklahoma State students from both political parties this question: Should the 25th amendment be used to remove Trump from office even though…

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Having spent four years at Oklahoma State University, I have a few stats under my belt: 118 credit hours, 10+ campus organizations, 3.9 overall GPA, 3 trips abroad (British Isles, Costa Rica, Spain), 2 degrees (B.A. in Multimedia Journalism and B.A. in Spanish) and a few pieces of advice.

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I cast my vote in the Presidential Primary election for Super Tuesday, the day where 14 states hold elections that account for over 33% of the available delegates.

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The “H.O.R.S.E. in the Union” event put on by the Oklahoma State men’s basketball team gave normal people a chance to shoot hoops with the university’s best players. Here is my experience of shooting baskets in OSU’s Student Union.

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Friday the 13th, local band Morgan performed a 2 ½ hour set at the OSU Botanical Gardens. I decided that I would go check them out. After all, what's better than an evening of local music? My roommate and I arrived to a sizable crowd of people perched on their foldable chairs and blankets. W…

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With popular songs like “Ignition (Remix),” “Bump n’ Grind” and “I Believe I Can Fly,” famed singer, songwriter and producer Robert Kelly, also known as R. Kelly, has always been at the forefront of the Rhythm and Blues industry.

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Being a minority isn’t always easy. We continually struggle to show the world that we are human, too. African-Americans are intelligent, hardworking, beautiful and talented.

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Generation Z, 15 to 21, is more likely to report mental health issues, receiving treatment and feeling the symptoms of stress compared to older generations in the United States, according to the American Psychological Association’s Stress in America Survey.

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There are 6,955 American flags planted in the grass of Library Lawn. These flags represent more than a cool photo opportunity for your Snapchat story. These flags represent 6,955 heroes who sacrificed their lives fighting for this country since Sept. 11, 2001.

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#WakandaForever! Wait, I’m supposed to save that part for the end, but I just couldn’t hold back as I think of all of the black excellence and black girl magic that is, "Black Panther." T’Challa, also known as Black Panther, played by the handsome Chadwick Boseman, came just in time to take …