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Be a Contributor

Let your voice be heard Are you passionate about a particular issue? Is there a burning desire within you to share your thoughts and ideas? Is there a conversation that you’d like to see started on campus? If so, we would love to hear what you have to say! Here […]

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Register to vote

Choose your government On August 26, 2015, only about 66 percent of eligible Americans were registered to vote, according to the Statistic Brain Research Institute. At first, that may sound like a relatively high percentage, but it means that 44 percent, or 72 million eligible Americans will not be able […]

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Support ordinance

Recognize the problem of pornography On Monday the governor of Utah signed an ordinance that declared pornography a public health hazard, according to CNN. The resolution stated that pornography has individual and societal harms. The ordinance does not ban pornography or offer any new punishments. According to local senators, the […]

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Remember tragedies

Stop moving onto the next thing USA Today recently reported that there have been new outbreaks of Ebola. The virus received heavy coverage in the summer and fall of 2014, but has been largely out of the media since that time. We the Threefold Advocate urge students to continue to […]

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Prosecute offenders

UN should investigate Panama papers Huge leaks regarding a Panamanian law firm claim that many government officials from all over the world have evaded taxes, disregarded sanctions and possibly, in some cases, looted from their own country. British Prime Minister David Cameron is even being asked to resign over the […]

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Grieve first

Stop politicizing tragedies More than 300 people were injured and 71 killed in an attack in Pakistan on Easter Sunday. According to CNN, the “innocent setting” led to more people being attacked. A witness told CNN, the scene “was so crowded that there was even no way of entering it. […]

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Diversify currency

Countries should place women on currency In a press conference held on International Women’s Day, Justin Trudeau, Canada’s prime minister, announced that an “iconic Canadian woman” will be featured on Canada’s newest banknotes. The move to print iconic women on the banknotes was pushed forward by an online petition in […]

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End assault

Universities should take responsibility The University of Virginia has absolved itself from responsibility in campus assaults that take place in the Greek housing system, according to an article in the Huffington Post. The article also stated that the University received a letter from the federal government reprimanding it for its […]

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Eliminate Fear

Churches need to help refugees Churches are much more likely to fear refuges than actually help them, according to a recent report by Lifeway Research. Nearly half of the interviewed Protestant pastors said that their churches have “a sense of fear about global refugees coming to the United States.” Yet, […]

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Stop bullying

Schools should not take offense lightly Lombardy Elementary School accidentally sent a satirical form called the ‘Hurt Feeling Report’ making fun of whiners to parents, according to USA Today. The article said the document is set up similar to a bullying report form. The school has claimed that the document […]