Opinion

Opinion

Hard road to ‘Civilization’

I’ve recently been reading about Cherokee history and literature and I’ve found various similarities with current issues in Latin America. One of the readings that caught my attention the most is a speech by Elias Boudinot that he gave at a Presbyterian Church in the Spring of 1826 called “An […]

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Pining for a pinner

Gentlemen, think about all the women in the world there are to choose from. We ladies proudly represent a wide variety for you to pick through when it comes to picking out “The One.” The cheerleader, the goth, the musician, the intellect, the homemaker, the butcher, the baker, the candlestick […]

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Unfair system denies dream

Dear American friends: I am the carrier of a disease so dangerous that threatens to bring down your entire nation. You should avoid me at the school cafeteria and the hallways. Run. How could I enter your country in the first place? I have started to wonder that myself. But […]

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Identity comes from within

Why do you do the things you do? Media and society today are very good at telling us what is “cool.” What you should buy or what you should wear to stay up to date. Many people nowadays will go out and get that haircut or pierce that place on […]

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The perks of being an MK

Have you ever considered the great advantage you have as an MK? You have a very unique legacy. Those “You know you’re an MK when…” lists are fabulous indicators of this. You see, we MKs have been just about everywhere and seen just about everything. This is a gross exaggeration, […]