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Keep Your Ignorance at Home This Season

Keep Your Ignorance at Home This Season

Kiana Quinonez, Managing Editor

October 31, 2018

It’s spooky season, and every year costumes get more creative. Whether it’s putting on a sweatband and being an athlete, or painting whiskers on your face to look like a cat, Halloween costumes have gotten easier to pull off. So, why would you choose to offend an entire ethnic group by mocking their...

“Ignorance Isn’t Always Bliss” A Response to ‘Gosh Darn Country Music!’”

Shannon Livewell

February 14, 2013

Let me preface this article by saying that I believe music is a topic of life that is as subjective to personal preference as religion or politics. It is a form of expression for many and a way to escape the routine syncopations of everyday life. The same reaction a person would have if an article were...

Ignorance on the Internet

Matt DiGiovanni

February 1, 2012

With bills like SOPA and PIPA just recently put on hold, ACTA signed, and TPP negotiations still in progress, I’ve noticed two big things happening on the internet: 1. Large internet communities and individual users expressing their opinions/stances by taking action in various ways such as the bla...

Opinions Can in Fact Be Worthless

Joann Wolwowicz

February 9, 2011

More often than not, I have overheard people arguing over various topics under the sun, and sometimes it’s completely unbelievable as to the reasoning behind some of these arguments. I often wonder where people get some of their ideas as to how things should work in life. It’s even more annoying...

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