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Happy Summer II! It’s hard to believe the summer is already halfway over and another summer session has begun. Time is flying by, and for some of us, responsibilities are beginning to pile up.

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As the semester comes to close, stress is running high. If we’re being honest, this academic year has been tough. Between the pandemic, election season, social anxiety, isolation, maintaining relationships, increasing racial injustice and everything else, so many of us are just barely hangin…

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Tech needs to provide regularly scheduled harassment education classes centered around male students to educate them on how to be allies to more victimized students and unlearn certain cultural norms.

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Over the past month, several cultural icons have had their images revised to fit with the times. Certain Dr. Seuss books are being pulled from publication because of their racist imagery. 

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I belong to God. At least, my name says I do. My family named me "Toluwani," meaning God’s own, along with ten other multisyllabic Yoruba names that translate into their own short, sweet sentences.

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On Feb. 20, Naomi Osaka won her fourth Grand Slam title at the Australian Open. In a string of victories beginning well before then, Naomi Osaka began to redefine what it means to be an athlete.

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We are fast approaching the one year anniversary since COVID-19 made its way into the City of Lubbock and when everything sports and academic related was put on hold. 

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While shopping with my boyfriend last week, I noticed a common abnormality. It would not have phased me before, but it was brought to my attention that day.

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For some of us, our comforts rest in stepping into the on-screen worlds of science fiction, fantasy, comedy or action. With plenty of media from different genres promising a more exciting viewing experience, it calls to question why historical dramas, with their sometimes slow pace and trope…

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I thought high school was the definition of multi-tasking. I was wrong; so wrong that I would go back and take that workload over what I am doing now.

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There’s nothing more soothing than re-watching your favorite childhood Dreamworks or Disney cartoon.

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In a time when everyone’s best self is presented to the world on the internet, it can be easy to feel unworthy. It is necessary for us all to go easy on ourselves and prioritize self-confidence over perfection.

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The romance genre tends to have a bad reputation about books with fainting women and shirtless men on the covers. But, the romance genre has books for everyone based on what they want to read, shirtless men and all. 

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Give credit where credit is due. Rock, hip-hop, blues, jazz, gospel, Rhythm & Blues and many other genres of music were started by Black artists and musicians. We wouldn’t have a wide variety of music if it wasn’t for the Black artists who trailblazed the music industry.

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Over the past month, several cultural icons have had their images revised to fit with the times. Certain Dr. Seuss books are being pulled from publication because of their racist imagery. 

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I belong to God. At least, my name says I do. My family named me "Toluwani," meaning God’s own, along with ten other multisyllabic Yoruba names that translate into their own short, sweet sentences.

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On Feb. 20, Naomi Osaka won her fourth Grand Slam title at the Australian Open. In a string of victories beginning well before then, Naomi Osaka began to redefine what it means to be an athlete.

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We are fast approaching the one year anniversary since COVID-19 made its way into the City of Lubbock and when everything sports and academic related was put on hold. 

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While shopping with my boyfriend last week, I noticed a common abnormality. It would not have phased me before, but it was brought to my attention that day.

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For some of us, our comforts rest in stepping into the on-screen worlds of science fiction, fantasy, comedy or action. With plenty of media from different genres promising a more exciting viewing experience, it calls to question why historical dramas, with their sometimes slow pace and trope…

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I thought high school was the definition of multi-tasking. I was wrong; so wrong that I would go back and take that workload over what I am doing now.

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There’s nothing more soothing than re-watching your favorite childhood Dreamworks or Disney cartoon.

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In a time when everyone’s best self is presented to the world on the internet, it can be easy to feel unworthy. It is necessary for us all to go easy on ourselves and prioritize self-confidence over perfection.