Wednesday , 26 April 2017

Category: Opinion

Trump May Offend, But Hard Stances Put Spotlight On Him

Trump May Offend, But Hard Stances Put Spotlight On Him

The race for the 2016 Republican nomination has been heated and active for months already, but one potential candidate has been dominating the headlines all summer: Donald Trump. ...

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Caitlyn Jenner May Not Be The Leader The Transgender Community Needs

Caitlyn Jenner May Not Be The Leader The Transgender Community Needs

From taking front and center of a Vanity Fair cover to receiving the Arthur Ashe Courage Award at the 2015 ESPYs to starring in her own reality show, I Am Cait, Caitlyn Jenner has ...

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A College Education Is Not The Only Option For A Successful Future

A College Education Is Not The Only Option For A Successful Future

Happiness does not always require a degree When my 15-year-old brother, Jason, announced he didn’t want to go to college at the dinner table one night, my father’s veins popped ou ...

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Free to Speak Freely

Free to Speak Freely

On Thursday, Feb. 26, the Class IV Student Government Association organization Students for Justice in Palestine extended an email invitation to other student organizations to joi ...

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Not the Bash We Expected

Not the Bash We Expected

Each year, incoming freshmen are bombarded with essential lessons in campus safety, but unfortunately, these lessons were entirely disregarded when students rushed to obtain Sprin ...

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Cops, Cams and Criminals

Cops, Cams and Criminals

While police officers are constantly being placed in front of the media camera lens, Rowan University’s police force is doing the opposite by stepping behind the camera. This week ...

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Discrimination Nation

Discrimination Nation

High school was not a pleasant time. It was filled with terrible fashion choices, hateful comments from classmates and awkward moments of self-discovery. Although everyone believe ...

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Save the Swipes

Save the Swipes

At the end of each semester, there is a mad rush to the dining halls and retail eateries to use every last swipe and flex dollars before they expire. Any meal plan swipes and flex ...

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Our Final Good-byes to ‘The Montclarion’

Our Final Good-byes to ‘The Montclarion’

I knew when I first started at Montclair State that majoring in Filmmaking was not going to be easy. I was warned that making connections is all film school is really for. But I t ...

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Our Final Good-byes to ‘The Montclarion’

Our Final Good-byes to ‘The Montclarion’

I think it’s only fair to say that, like most things in life, college has been a bitter-sweet experience. With that being said, I can’t decide if it’s been more bitter or more swe ...

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