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May 2018 - page 2

Features/News

A new resident flies into the EEC

The EEC is full of different species of animals that enjoy those who visit, including Sheldon the turtle and Tommy the parrot. However, next time you visit the environmental center, expect newcomer Percie the lovebird to welcome you as he perches on your shoulder. Keep Reading

Opinion

Common sense gun reform should not include a gun ban

“What we need is change, what we need is action, and if that means we need to take all the guns for the time being, then so be it,” said alumnus Emily Gutierrez. This sentiment of banning guns has turned into a frequently heard idea amid the gun controversies of today. However, when turning to other countries who have banned guns for examples, the result isn’t as dramatic as hoped. Keep Reading

College Life/Opinion

Senior wisdom: apply to diversity fly-in programs

Some departing wisdom for the rising senior class: apply to diversity fly-in programs. While being admitted to prospective student programs doesn’t necessarily guarantee admission, there is evidence to suggest attending one just might help. Take it from someone who was accepted to every school who’s fly-in I was accepted to. Keep Reading

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