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Huckabee’s visit fuels controversy
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Huckabee’s visit fuels controversy

The Cathedral of the Ozarks brimmed with faculty, alumni, people from the community and students with overstuffed backpacks on the day that Former Governor of Arkansas Mike Huckabee spoke. They assembled in the pews, on the floor in front of the stage and down the center aisles. On the right […]

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-Letter from the Editor-

The Threefold Advocate welcomes you back from winter break. We are thrilled to start out the spring semester with a brilliant group of writers and editors centered on bringing you stories that inform and entertain. Work at the Threefold is starting up full-force as we head into the new year […]

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World leaders wish best for new president

Leaders and officials around the world were both shocked and hopeful after Donald Trump surged to victory over Hillary Clinton in the U.S. presidential election last month, according to Time. Many leaders offered their congratulations, hopes for a bright future and well-wishes to the President-elect. Chinese President Xi Jinping said, […]

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Trump decides on cabinet members

President-elect Donald Trump has been nominating people to be a part of his cabinet, which will start setting the tone for his presidency and the values of his administration. Trump chose Republican Party Chairman Reince Priebus to be his new chief of staff and Steven Bannon, the current Trump campaign […]

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Arkansas legalizes marijuana for medicinal use

Issues 6 and 7 on the Arkansas state ballot are causing controversy after this election. The issues, which deal with medicinal marijuanaand its legalization, are controversial topics in Arkansas, with the latter, issue 7, stripped rom the ballot not twelve days before the election. Veronica McClane organized a protest outside […]

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What China really means to the United States

As the United States moves into the global economy, many Americans place China as an economic threat to the country. Aminta Arrington, assistant professor of intercultural studies at John Brown University, says otherwise. Because good relations don’t come easily to the two countries, Arrington says it’s a necessary struggle they […]