OPINION: Student loan forgiveness deserves more attention

December 8, 2018

Only 26 people have been approved out of nearly 34,000 borrowers who have applied to a popular student loan forgiveness plan. These figures were released at a conference held by the Education Department last week. CNBC reports that so far more than 20,000 applications for a popular student loan forgiveness plan are pending.

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OPINION: Fireproofing equipment costs consumers money

In Malibu, California a recent fire called the Woolsey Fire spread out and burned down thousands of the homes and lands. The cause is still under investigation, but electric companies, such as Edison, Pacific Gas and Electric Company are possibly to blame for the fire because of not having fireproof equipment.

December 8, 2018
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OPINION: Health issues important to students

Health is an undervalued subject in college. It is very important for an individual to be educated in correlation with their health needs, especially when in college. Many college students tend to distance themselves from their beneficial needs whether physically or mentally because of distractions, such as partying and excessive freedom.

December 4, 2018
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OPINION: Cuffing season begins in winter

The urban dictionary describes cuffing season as “cuffed” or “tied down.” It’s the feeling single people  get after a long summer of being promiscuous. Winter kicks in and all of a sudden single people feel lonely and need someone to cuddle with.

December 4, 2018
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