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Cancer warnings to be placed on coffee cups

Cancer warnings to be placed on coffee cups

Carly Adams, Staff Reporter October 16, 2018

Coffee consumption in America has become a staple of starting a morning, being a quick fix for energy and just a general indulgence and necessity of everyday life. However, coffee drinkers might want...

China trade war sparks U.S. volatility

China trade war sparks U.S. volatility

Joey Kukral, Staff Reporter October 16, 2018

A trade war is brewing as the Trump administration presses on with its tariff strategy to address the U.S. trade imbalance with China. The early weeks of April displayed a tumultuous dialogue between U.S....

Leadership is…

Nicole Spindler, Business & Finance Editor October 16, 2018

Two weekends ago, I had the opportunity to participate in a group representing John Carroll called the Collegiate Leadership Competition, which was founded four years ago. Based on concepts and terms...

Trump attacks Amazon and big businesses

Trump attacks Amazon and big businesses

Megan Grantham, Staff Reporter October 16, 2018

President Donald Trump recently sent out a series of tweets attacking Amazon, an American electronic commerce and cloud computing company founded in 1994, for allegedly avoiding taxes, cheating the U.S....

Yes, global debt exists.

Nicole Spindler, Business & Finance Editor October 16, 2018

Last week, the International Monetary Fund released a news report saying that governments should continue to use the current strong economic growth to strengthen their finances. Despite these increases,...

Supreme Court to require tax on online sales

Supreme Court to require tax on online sales

Megan Grantham, Staff Reporter October 16, 2018

The United States Supreme Court is currently in the midst of a case that could potentially require consumers to pay sales tax on all online purchases. Amid arguments in the court case South Dakota v. Wayfair...

Taxation: The hallmark of civilization

Joseph Kukral, Op/Ed Editor October 16, 2018

Imagine two individuals living on neighboring land. Both procure their own food, each has built his own home and each provides for his own defense. Near their neighboring land is a river that floods every...

Trump’s assault on the rule of law

Joseph Kukral, Op/Ed Editor October 16, 2018

Upon receiving word of the verdict in the recent trial of Paul Manafort, President Donald Trump solemnly told reporters, “I think it’s very sad what they’ve done to Paul Manafort.” He extended...

A college education guarantees nothing

Joseph Kukral, Op/Ed Editor October 16, 2018

ntly been described as a practical opportunity for Americans to attain a higher level of skill and livelihood; however, a careful study of the facts can liken that reality to a fantasy. Despite the documented...

Political correctness or pompous condemnation?

Joseph Kukral, Op/Ed Editor October 16, 2018

Considering the preponderant use of social platforms as well as the acute sensitivity of millenials, one must address the alarming, yet consternating issue of political correctness. Once considered a...

We Conservative Cavemen

Declan Leary, Op/Ed Editor October 15, 2018

There are a few consistent themes running through the many letters we have received in response to my columns, but there is one in particular that I would like to address this week, because it reveals...

The Death of Virtue

Declan Leary, Op/Ed Editor October 15, 2018

I’ve been writing a lot these past few weeks about what it means to be a man. Because it seems some people cannot appreciate a joke, and because of the paramount importance of this particular conversation,...

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