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Midterms suck. These tests or projects are smack dab in the middle of the semester — except when they decide not to be for some reason. They are worth just as much as a final and they don’t get a whole week devoted to them. Finals week is a five-day period focused solely on helping students … Read more

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“If he surrounds himself with good people, he will be a good president,” was the oft-quoted statement from people defending their decision to vote for President Donald Trump. Whether or not the advisers Trump surrounded himself with are “good,” Trump has another problem with his leadership: … Read more

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Unless they have been living under a rock for the better part of the past year or two — in which case I don’t blame them one bit — one would know that we’ve undoubtedly had a record number of candidates seeking the Democratic presidential nomination. Since President Donald Trump was elected …

Midterms suck. These tests or projects are smack dab in the middle of the semester — except when they decide not to be for some reason. They are worth just as much as a final and they don’t get a whole week devoted to them. Finals week is a five-day period focused solely on helping students …

A look at society today reveals a desire to go back to when times were simpler — I guess that’s the 1980s? Anyway, people are rolling jeans, listening to old music and watching entertainment with ’80s nostalgia — looking at you “Stranger Things.” One thing no one should want from the 1980s i…

Northwest men’s basketball has lost one game in the last 23 months. The Bearcats have been a top-ranked basketball team in Division II for half a decade. They’ve lost six games in their last 130 matchups.

This shouldn’t come as a shock to any of us college folk, regardless of which side of the aisle you happen to be on, but get ready for another fiscal slap in the face.

Social media has taught the human race a few things: grandmas are wild cards in the comment sections, keeping up with people from high school is not as important as previously thought and constant comparison is harmful to the human psyche. 

As if the United States could not possibly be any more divided, the rift deepened this past week with the culmination of the Senate impeachment trial, only the third in the country’s history.

Led by members of Student Senate and organized particularly by the senate’s Governmental Affairs Committee, a group of Northwest students traveled to Jefferson City, Missouri, Feb. 4-5 to lobby state lawmakers to increase funding allocated to higher education funding.