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With the 2016 election ready to be forgotten in the recesses of history, now more than ever it’s important to raise it from the grave that society is burying it in and look at those two party’s political skeletons and the whole reprehensible political body they have created. On the …

The phrase “boys will be boys” just does not fly anymore, especially not with Ivy League school Harvard University. With two more regular season games scheduled, Harvard’s male soccer team was forced to forfeit after a lewd tradition was uncovered. Apparently, ranking freshman women’s players’ physical appearance and sex appeal …

Less than a month away from Nov. 8 – Election Day – and many people are still confusing Hillary Clinton’s ideals with those of Former President Bill Clinton. Statements are thrown out questioning Bill’s past judgments and Hillary’s credibility, but not as many people seem to be interested in the …

Just at the end of the 2016 Olympic games, two American athletes were tugged into the media circus because of inappropriate behavior during in Rio. US Women’s Soccer Goalie Hope Solo was suspended and later terminated for a display of bad sportsmanship after being defeated by Sweden. US Swimmer Ryan Lochte claimed to have been robbed at gun point. Later it …

Dear Reader,   You are now a college student. Congratulations! And welcome to campus. I hope your arrival was pleasant and your unpacking stressfree. I’m particularly excited that you have found a quiet moment to open this First Year edition of the Current’s newspaper.   The First Year Issue is …

The past three months have been a whirlwind of a summer, of one unexpected opportunity after another. Between seeing “Hamilton” on Broadway (!), mentoring ten Kenosha high schoolers, and writing prose, poetry and correspondence for a research project with my professor, this summer became more enriching than I could have …

I’m going to be quite frank here. When I first showed up at Carthage, I thought it was going to be way too small for me to enjoy the typical college lifestyle. Coming from a high school over more than 2,400 students, I felt as if nothing had changed between …

There is no “pro” in procrastination. Procrastination is a loan of time now for time later. Like any other kind of a loan, procrastination brings with it interest and a gamble. The future is uncertain. You may busier then than you are right now. As the semester progresses, your time …