Post Tagged with: "Our View"

Our view: Net neutrality repeal endangers all internet users

Our view: Net neutrality repeal endangers all internet users

For anyone who uses the Internet, you’re probably well aware what net neutrality is and what is happening with it. For those who don’t, net neutrality is the principle that internet providers must treat all data the same. This means that internet providers are unable to block, charge money or slow down the use of certain websites. Under this principle, […]

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‘Coming Out Day’ is a scam — Our View

‘Coming Out Day’ is a scam — Our View

“How did you come out?” How did I come out? Good question, but can I ask you the same thing, kind heterosexual? When did you tell your family and friends that you were straight? How did they react? Did you feel relieved? Were they OK with it? What most of our cisgender and heterosexual counterparts don’t understand is that not […]

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America’s serial killer: The Second Amendment — Our View

America’s serial killer: The Second Amendment — Our View

The beginning of October brought tragedy to Nevada when a 64-year-old man shot and killed 59 people and injured hundreds more in the U.S.’s deadliest mass shooting in modern history. “There’s nothing we can do about it” has been a sentence floating around social media since the event. The right to bare arms is our Second Amendment, protected by the […]

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NFL protests — Our View

NFL protests — Our View

By the Staff of the Collegiate.   Standing to make a difference while sitting For the past year professional football players have been kneeling or sitting during the pregame playing of the Star-Spangled Banner. It started with Colin Kaepernick at the time, a quarterback for the San Francisco 49ers. Kaepernick kick-started this protest by silently sitting on the bench for […]

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Our View: Trump militarizes the police

Our View: Trump militarizes the police

By the Delta Collegiate staff. On Monday, Aug. 28, President Trump signed into action a reversal on an Obama-era ban concerning military equipment handed down to police departments. President Obama, in the wake of the Michael Brown shooting and Ferguson riots, decided to ban militarization of police departments through the aid of the government. The ban affected things such as […]

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Protesting: What’s it good for?

Protesting: What’s it good for?

Nazis, white supremacists, and leaders elected via ethnocentric populism – suddenly, 2017 feels more like the 1940s. After the happenings in Charlottesville, Millennials are forced to decide which side they’re on – the alt-right or the “alt-left” – but are to remember that “there’s blame on both sides.” Here at the Collegiate, we just want to know when protesting became […]

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Our View – The EPA needs to stay

Our View – The EPA needs to stay

The environment would be better off if humans weren’t here to disturb it. Mother Nature has taken quite a few beatings from humans. Forests are being decimated for profit and the polar ice caps are melting. It seems like creating a better and safer environment for all species on Earth would be a priority, and if not, you would think […]

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Our View- A voice needed now

Our View- A voice needed now

Feminism has had a colored history. From the very start, it was a declaration, quickly becoming a flag of equality for all people to rally behind. After it gained traction and national attention, the word “feminist” was almost thrown around as a slur. Now, feminism is back as a proud title for women and men across all generations. We watched […]

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Our View – Fighting to defend democracy

Our View – Fighting to defend democracy

On Wednesday Jan. 11, President Donald Trump held his first press conference since the election. During the conference, Trump shut down a CNN reporter claiming that the organization is “terrible.”The incident was in regards to a story CNN broke about Trumps relationship with Russia. The news organization questioned the alleged hold that Russia may have over Trump. The story dissected […]

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Our View – Don’t give up

Our View – Don’t give up

Regardless of your political affiliation, it’s no secret that this year’s election has been a bit of a mess. For a majority of the staff here, this is our first time voting in the presidential election, yet many of us are already looking forward to 2020. Though regardless of how we feel about the presidential candidates, there is no excuse […]

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