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When given the choice, should students choose in-person or online-only instruction?

When given the choice, should students choose in-person or online-only instruction?

Brooke Kruger, Opinion Writer

August 31, 2020

Fall 2020 has students all around the globe taking a different approach to college this year. Despite the Coronavirus, a considerable number of universities in the United States have reopened for the fall semester. Most of the students lucky enough to be offered on-campus learning are given the choice...

Don’t be afraid to speak up

Don’t be afraid to speak up

Maddie TwoCrow, Opinion Writer

March 5, 2019

When universities were first founded, they were created as a space for open, uninhibited debate. They weren’t created so students could sit and be talked at for four years. They were founded so students could learn from experts, then debate with each other to grow their understanding. But when I go to...

Exercising for college credit

Liana and Laura Haven dance during a XaBeat class at the Wellness Center.

Emily Gibbens, Opinion Editor

May 5, 2017

Planning your class schedule can be a bit stressful. Things never seem to work out the way you want. The classes you need to take overlap, all your classes end up on one day or you have big gaps in your schedule. The best way to fill those awkward gaps and not get overwhelmed with classes that I have...

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