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Martin Luther King Jr. Day

Congratulations everyone, we have officially made it through our first week of classes! Apparently, we are all going to school in the North Pole because it is an artic tundra out there. Hopefully, nobody has been welcomed back with frost bite. Our first weekend back at GU will be a three-day weekend, and I do not know about the rest ... Read More »

FCC Repeals “Net Neutrality”


Last night was a “sad night”, Stephen Colbert said, when FCC voted to repeal net neutrality rules. If you’re uncertain about what these means for Americans and broadband companies alike, listen up. With the repeal of net neutrality, there is no regulation on broadband companies for blocking certain websites from the public and making certain chosen material inaccessible to the common population. ... Read More »

Kicking Stress to the Curb


I have some good news and bad news to share with you, dear reader. The good news? Congratulations! We have almost made it through the first semester of this college year! Thanksgiving and Winter break are just around the corner! The bad? Perhaps your stress levels are as high as Santa’s sleigh due to the also rapidly approaching finals. It ... Read More »

The Do’s and Dont’s for This Halloween Season

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With Halloween right around the corner, it’s easy to want to break out the jack-o-lanterns and witch cauldrons as we don the spirit of Halloween. However, as social inequalities become more and more relevant, it’s important to make sure our Halloween rituals do not offend and or create unnecessary tensions. So, without further ado, here are 7 Do’s and Don’ts ... Read More »

Indigenous People’s Day @ Graceland

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Last year, many students and faculty at Graceland dedicated weeks of their time to set up informational booths around campus to petition the celebration of Columbus Day on campus. Posters were designed, shirts were inked, and events were held in order to get the university to change the name on the school calendar. This year marks the first year that ... Read More »

#TakeAKnee Protests Less Prominent In College Football

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For the last year or so, many football teams (and other national sports teams) have started to kneel during the national anthem. It is to show solidarity with the many black people who have dealt with racism and police brutality. Many believe it is because there are hundreds of people who don’t care about the military members that fight for ... Read More »

Free Speech, Bobo Dolls, & 2016 Presidential Elections

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It is becoming increasingly difficult to keep hoping. The amount of news relating to events of violence and hate within the last year has often left me at a loss for words, overwhelmed by emotion, and wishing for the existence of a magical portal that would lead to a just reality, upholding the values of equality and kindness (man, how ... Read More »

Through Their Lenses Part One: Whitewash

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In the coming weeks, the Tower will be releasing a short series of articles—an expose if you will—that will confront the topic of race through multiple lenses. The purpose of these installments is not to vilify, but to spread awareness to the Graceland community as well as the community at large. I hope you read these with intention and open ... Read More »

Get IT together Graceland

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Is it just me, or is it hard for some of you to do research for school work without access to internet? Now, this is obviously a first world problem, being withdrawn from wifi, but holy heck Graceland, get your shit together! School has been in session since August 21st, and guess what—I still can’t use internet in my room! ... Read More »

DACA, We Support You.


DACA has recently transformed from its previous subtle existence and wormed its way into the spotlight thanks to a recent decision by President Trump to end it in its entirety. It is a buzzword; working its way into social media, classroom discussion, and dinner-table conversation. The removal of the DACA program has caused an uproar. Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals ... Read More »

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