By Stefanie Klaves   Like many other Americans, I struggled to find everything on my grocery list at the end of March 2020. Due to the coronavirus frenzy, shoppers have wiped out entire sections of grocery stores. There were no onions, broccoli, bananas, frozen vegetables, and most notably – no toilet paper. What stood out…

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By George Daugharty   In an attempt to reduce the spread of the coronavirus and alleviate an overwhelmed healthcare system, government-enforced shutdowns have crippled the global economy. No one can say that we had little warning. This pandemic has fallen upon us like a west Texas thunderstorm. From our back-porch rocking chairs, the United States…

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How to change someone’s mind (even about politics).         Have you ever had a conversation with someone you disagreed with and no matter what you said or how you explained your viewpoint, no progress was made?  You are not alone. Millions of people around the world spend their time trying to change other’s minds and…

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By: Ashley Winters Pastor Dean Weaver, the new Interim Dean of the Chapel for Grove City College gave a sermon this past semester discussing vocations for the students here at the college. Vocation is quite a hot topic in college because at the heart of figuring out what to do with the rest of our…

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Midterms have come and gone. In an already rapid news cycle that seems to fit in a month’s worth of content in one week, we watch the projected midterm election polling. For more information on various races around the country, check out the election results. Looking at the races happening now, back at 2016, and…

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By: Philip St. Jean On April 23, Net Neutrality rules were fully repealed with hundreds protesting its repeal and hundreds cheering for its removal. But plenty of people are still asking, what exactly Net Neutrality is? Defining Net Neutrality can be difficult, especially when both the left and right define it and its characteristics so…

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Guest writer Kendall Benjamin weighs in on the growing issue with free speech on college campuses. Kendall is a junior at Loyola University Maryland. She studies international business and political science. She is the vice president for Loyola’s chapter of College Republicans. After college Kendall wants to work in Washington, D.C. for a free-market nonprofit.…

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The resurgence of compassionate socialism and the criticism, and even straight out rejection of unfair, evil capitalism. That’s the narrative we’ve witnessed time and time again over the past decade or so. But, to many in our generation, sadly, that’s the perception we hold to be the truth. [See our “Let’s Get Serious about Socialism”…

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