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Secularism: Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion

Abigail Duchow, Columnist
November 10, 2020

In an ideal world, I shouldn’t know a politician’s or Supreme Court justice’s religious beliefs.  I think religion should be a private matter that isn’t used to garner support from voters and...

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Saying what needs to be said

Rey Green, Columnist
November 10, 2020

Call me crazy but Donald Trump becoming president was a good thing for America. I know, even I am in shock typing this out. It doesn’t even sound right. I can not put it in any better words than former...

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A look back on an adventurous quarter

A look back on an adventurous quarter

Mitchell Roland, Editor-in-Chief
November 10, 2020

As the quarter ends and The Observer prints our last issue until our January return, I felt a need to reflect on the businesses of the quarter. Over the past two months, The Observer staff has covered...

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Thanksgiving is the best

Addie Adkins, Columnist
November 3, 2020

Now that Halloween is over, it’s time to gear up for the best holiday of the “-ber” months. Can I get a “gobble gobble?” While Halloween and Christmas are tied for my number one holiday, I...

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You should try owning a pet at some point in your lifetime

You should try owning a pet at some point in your lifetime

Ty Mcphee, Columnist
November 3, 2020

Yes, I know pets aren’t for everyone but please just hear me out. Spring 2020, home alone with no one but my family cat for company. I would spend my lunch time with him to actually chat and relax...

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Good night, morning and afternoon

Ryan Nakamura, Columnist
November 3, 2020

You should be sleeping more and it’s the most important thing you can be doing for yourself right now!  In this day and age going outside and spending time with people would be great, but right now...

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The Observer bite-sized opinions

Bekah Blum, Lead Graphic Designer
November 3, 2020

I’m so tired of hearing people say ‘when we go back to normal’ Bailey Tomlinson News Editor A phrase that I’ve been hearing repeatedly throughout the duration of the pandemic is “when...

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My culture is not your Halloween costume

My culture is not your Halloween costume

Star Diavolikis, Columnist
October 27, 2020

Every year, I see white people and non-Native Americans post their Halloween costumes that are usually described as an “Indian Princess,” and this costume trend needs to die out already. You’re...

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Facts you dislike are not fake news

Facts you dislike are not fake news

Star Diavolikis, Columnist
October 27, 2020

With a large concern of fake news being shared, everybody needs to remember not everything they disagree with is fake news.  There is a clear line between fake news and the hard truth, and you cannot...

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A home on wheels: New college graduates should live in a van

A home on wheels: New college graduates should live in a van

Jayce Kadoun, Columnist
October 27, 2020

For many students, the time period that follows graduation is the first opportunity they’re given to be free as an adult.  Between school, work and the obligations of everyday life, free time gets...

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Indoor football is underrated

Derek Harper, Columnist
October 20, 2020

Once the Super Bowl is over, people claim there’s no football until the NFL starts up again the following season. Yet so many people don’t understand that indoor football is real football, it’s just...

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I’m glad Soulslike gaming is dying

Bailey Tomlinson, News Editor
October 20, 2020

2017 was a huge year for indie games, of which I am a major fan. Games made without the backing of a large studio, often crowd-funded, developed over several years, made with a tiny development team...

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