RACC and teacher Scott Minehart team up to educate community about Islam

While Islam is the second largest religion in the world, there is very little understanding of its tenets and beliefs

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Why I don’t stand for the Pledge

According to the House Fiscal Agency, when Governor Rick Snyder signed Public Act 321 in 2012 into law, Michigan became

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Students should vote… only if they are educated

In next year’s presidential election, most of this year’s seniors and a handful of juniors will be able to vote.

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Marshall’s GSA takes a stand on Transgender Day of Visibility

Transgender Day of Visibility is celebrated annually worldwide on March 31.  The commemorative day was created in 2009 by a

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Je suis Charlie: the public reacts to Charlie Hebdo attacks

Journalist, editor, broadcaster, speech writer, radio or TV personality, reporter, publisher, teacher: these are just a handful of occupations that

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It’s 2015 and we still can’t breathe

Entering the new year, some are probably eager to be able to put the events of 2014 behind them and

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Ebola hysteria spreads faster than the disease: What the outbreak actually means for the world

In the United States, people, especially students, are often ignorant to the problems in other countries until it begins to

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#YesAllWomen hashtag trends across social media sites

Feminism? Do we dare use a word that in modern society is associated with such negative connotations and “man-hating”?  Contrary

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