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My campus coffee conundrum

Coffee is the most important meal of the day. With the new Market Twenty 4 Seven open, there are new coffee and hot beverage options. Instead of having to drink the dirt in a cup that was Kosch’s coffee, the new options include the dark roast Detroit City Blend, the […]

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A $5 crisis

When you are used to receiving a discount, the sight of that discount being taken away is scary. My scare was being off the Spotify Student discount. The thought of coughing up the ungodly amount of $9.99 a month plus tax — an amount which didn’t include Hulu and Showtime […]

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Spotify algorithm misses the note

Spotify is great! It tracks your music tendencies and then tells you how your year’s music flowed using a complicated algorithm.  This is great — unless you share your account or do album reviews for a newspaper. Unfortunately, I shared my account in 2018, then started to do album reviews […]

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Campus’ disregard of students is too much

The level of disregard this campus has for its students, faculty and organizations astonishes me more and more each day. From poorly timed construction to lackluster equipment, the learning ability students have on campus is horribly disadvantaged. It is my opinion that the administration of this campus has a vast […]

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Monroe Pop-Fest has me questioning

I’m a nerd. Or so I thought. I attended Monroe Pop-Fest on Sept. 14 to get photos of the event for my freelance job with Monroe News. On my way there, I thought in my head that I would fit right in. I knew games, movies and anime to a […]

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Agora editor bids farewell

James P. Quick, co-editor of the Agora 2018-2019 I honestly cannot think of a way to open this without sounding horribly corny, so I’m not going to embarrass myself. This is the third-to-last article I’ll be writing for the Agora. The last will be covering Student of the Year for […]

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Autistic people can speak for themselves

                                                                           Illustration by Cheyanne Abel Fearmongering, the action of deliberately arousing public fear or […]

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#SAVEODAAT

After a long day of classes and work sometimes all you want to do is Netflix and chill. No, not that kind of chill. Relaxing at home with your favorite show can be a great way to end the day or take a break from the busy day. For some viewers, streaming […]

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Dispatches from the Edge: A Memoir of War, Disaster, and Survival

The woman was consumed by rats. For her struggles and courage she is rewarded with pink, pattering feet and flies. The victims of hurricane Katrina suffered needlessly under the sun while awaiting the President’s response. Overcome by shock and sorrow, Anderson Cooper blinks his watery, blue eyes and informs viewers […]