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We’ve all heard the classic story of the arts department at a school being a second thought compared to the athletics department. While this isn’t true at every school, it’s definitely a problem in the minds of students across the country, including Northwest. There’s been a stigma suggestin… Read more

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For a full description on the scope of the "Letters from..." Project, please visit this page.

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Many people can agree that education is the key to a successful future. If that’s the case, American school systems should have curriculums that produce well-rounded, educated individuals who can assess the intricacies of society and make decisions that create a better one.

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The “Letters from…” project was created in partnership with the Northwest Missourian Editorial Board, Northwest Wellness Services and North Star Advocacy Center, and will be a part of the opinion section. The series will run from the March 24 issue of the paper throughout the month of April …

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Millions of people have been displaced by the ongoing conflict in Ukraine, but there’s an overlooked group that is being affected by the conflict’s side effects — the African students who have been studying abroad there. These students are thousands of miles from home with nowhere safe to go…

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Amir Locke was asleep when Minneapolis Police Department officers barreled into the living room of his cousin’s apartment in search of his cousin, Mekhi Camden Speed, Feb. 2. As Locke started to wake up, most likely disoriented and unaware of what was going on, officers shot him while he was…