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Monday, September 28, 2020

Troy University’s funding blurs lines between church and state

The Great Recession hit public universities hard. Facing dwindling revenues, states slashed their budgets in furious attempts to get back in the black, and public universities found themselves staring into the blade of the...

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A little history about the Girl Scouts of America: They formed during the progressive era of 1912 in order to help young women develop a sense of self and ambition. The first troop did...

Partisanship matters in impeachment

There have been three publicized instances of impeachment proceedings against sitting American presidents: those of Andrew Johnson, Richard Nixon and Bill Clinton. While the House of Representatives voted to impeach Johnson and Clinton, the...

Trade war, what is it good for?

In early March, President Donald Trump announced he was imposing a 25 percent tariff on steel imports and a 10 percent tariff on aluminum imports into the United States, promising that “trade wars are...

Letter to the Editor: Regarding the Jan. 13 article entitled, “Cyber attack on ASUCR...

I felt compelled to write this Letter to the Editor in response to The Highlander’s front page story entitled “Cyber attack on ASUCR website decreases transparency” published on January 13, 2015. I am an...