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By Madison Heiser Editor-in-Chief The Associated Press has called the U.S. presidential race between current President Donald Trump and former Vice President Joe Biden. AP has declared Joe Biden the winner of the election, along with his chosen vice presidential candidate Kamala Harris. After AP announced the results

By Madison Heiser Editor-in-Chief Graphic by Molly Swisher I am uninsured. A few weeks ago, on a Friday night after the school clinic closed for the weekend, I faced an unprecedented medical issue that couldn’t wait to be addressed. I called my friend to take me to the

Photo courtesy of The Guardian The Associated Press has called the United States presidential race between current President Donald Trump and former Vice President Joe Biden. AP has declared Joe Biden the winner of the election, along with his chosen vice presidential candidate Kamala Harris. After

By Madison HeiserEditor-in-Chief Photo illustration by Victoria Deal Tyler Junior College offers mental health services to its students through its on-campus counseling office, located on the third floor of Rogers Student Center. Currently, the office has one counselor on staff, Tracey Williams, to assist students in handling

In the age of self-expression, blue man-buns, purple locs, shaved heads and everything in between are allowed in the academic setting, but this wasn’t always the case. Nowadays, students can be seen walking across campus with vibrant hair in an array of colors and unique

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Students with dietary needs find few options at campus cafeteria By Madison Heiser and Alanah Woodard Having dietary restrictions can be challenging when finding places that meet one’s dietary needs. At Apache Junction, the cafeteria located in Rogers Student Center, individuals who are vegetarian, vegan or have

By Madison Heiser Editor-in-Chief Photo courtesy of the Jacksonville Progress The 182nd anniversary of the Killough Massacre near Jacksonville, Texas, fell on Oct. 5. The 1838 slaying of 18 settlers by individuals in Native American attire is still shrouded in mystery – responsibility for the murders is still

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