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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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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 …

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Lorretta Young said, “In silence – and in self-defense, I figured things out in my own little way.” This statement alone largely embodies my educational journey.

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Whether or not you are interested in studying abroad, visiting another country and immersing yourself into the culture is life changing. I am very excited to share some of the memories, and also lessons learned, while I lived abroad this Winter Break.

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Artificially created diversity does not create a society of racial unity because disenfranchising someone because of his or her race, despite that race’s social or economic status, is inherently racist.

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After the events Oct. 1st in Las Vegas, where 20,000 people went from unitedly singing “God Bless America” to becoming the victims of the biggest mass shooting in American history, we have begun to discuss politics.

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What is a debate? Depending on what the topic is, a debate is, and is defined by, many different things. When it comes to debates over public policy there are many aspects that need to be balanced. Perhaps it's key aspect and one that separates it from some debates over ethics or theology, i…

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College is a time of liberation where young adults can develop their opinions free from the influence of their parents. Students can gain exposure to different perspectives, explore different religious denominations and immerse themselves into different cultures. However, the attack on the f…

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Not many could have predicted what was going to happen this NBA offseason. It’s as if league commissioner Adam Silver took a hypothetical carbonated bottle filled with the league, shoot it up and put a Mentos inside the cap.

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The internet would call me a “hater” – that is if anyone still uses the term “hater” in 2017.  I would much prefer “mildly perturbed”, “marginally inconvenienced” or even just “principally apathetic” if we’re being honest.

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Earning a doctorate is an outstanding accomplishment. This high level of expertise and knowledge is something that I feel all who consider themselves scholars should strive for.

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With tonight being President Donald Trump’s first congressional address, the politically aware citizen ought to take this as an opportunity to see how the current administration projects the coming months in terms of overhauling programs left by the previous administration, as well as in ter…