Americans should care about Britain leaving the EU (February 25, 2016 Issue)

By Meg Liebsch Collegian Editor Last week, British prime minister David Cameron announced that June 23, 2016 will be the date of a U.K. referendum, which will decide whether Britain stays or leaves the European Union. The announcement has sparked a national debate with politicians advocating either their support or disapproval of “Brexit” (Britain exiting […]

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Grammy awards full of moving tributes (February 18, 2016 issue)

By Lucas Davidson Collegian Reporter Every year, the Grammy Awards honor the music artists and producers that have outstandingly surpassed expectations for the year. In addition, it also honors artists who have recently passed away and whose catalog deserves recognition for one last time. This year’s 58th Grammy Awards did an outstanding job of recognizing […]

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I’m “feeling the Bern,” but is he the right choice for president? (February 11, 2016 Issue)

By Gavin Lichtenstein Collegian Editor The 2016 presidential election, as we all know, is not typical or traditional by most standards in American politics. The established party leaders with experience in government, public service and legislation are fighting to stay alive as the outsiders, the question marks and the candidates who were once unknown are […]

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