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Letter from the Editor: We Did This For Your Own Good

December 6, 2017

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To answer your question:yes, it is a magazine now. Pardon me, though I feel the need to include that considering I still get the question “When’s the paper coming out?” Now maybe it’s bad marketing, maybe they forgot, ...

Skeptical Science Sundays: Campus Rape Statistics

November 5, 2017

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“1 in 5 female college students will be raped before they graduate.” If you’re in college, this is probably a statement you’ve heard before. It’s a simple fact, repeated constantly by everyone from professors to studen...

Senior Spotlight: Interview with a Northern Ireland Terrorist

Who knew academic research could be so thrilling? Sarah Hollman sure did.

November 1, 2017

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Upon receiving a university grant to perform her research this past summer in Northern Ireland, Sarah Hollman investigated numerous violent conflicts in the late 20th century by interviewing twenty-four individuals; three of ...

Skeptical Science Sundays: Vaccines, Autism & the Myth

Autism has never killed anyone, and most people living with autism are able to lead functional, successful lives when they receive proper support. For a child with measles, polio, or smallpox, this is not an option.

October 29, 2017

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The idea of vaccines causing autism wasn’t a topic I originally planned to cover in this column, mostly because I assumed my fellow students would have the common sense to figure this one out on their own. However, after ove...

Skeptical Science Sundays: When Journalists Think They’re Smarter Than Science

Debunking pseudo scientific "news"

October 22, 2017

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Kitty Geoghan is the Photo Editor for Hatter NetworkAlthough it’s not the most pressing science news out there today, for my first real Skeptical Science Sundays column, I’d like to talk about one of the first science news items...

More Than Papers: How Stetson is Affected by DACA

October 6, 2017

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Veronica Faison is the Managing Editor. Additional reporting by Naomi Thomas, Senior Staff Writer. Photographs and illustration by Kitty Geoghan.The following interview is with a Stetson student DACA recipient. His name has been r...

Stetson Women Marched

January 21, 2017 will always be known as the day the largest march in U.S. history took place. The Women’s March erupted in more than 550 cities all over the country including, Washington D.C., Orlando, Atlanta, San Francisco and St. Louis.

March 13, 2017

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January 21, 2017 will always be known as the day the largest march in U.S. history took place. The Women’s March erupted in more than 550 cities all over the country including, Washington D.C., Orlando, Atlanta, San Francisco a...

Q & A with Softball’s Jessie Tenbroeck

Jessie TenBroeck is a senior second baseman on the softball team, and majors in accounting.

March 8, 2017

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Jessie TenBroeck is a senior second baseman on the softball team, and majors in accounting. She is currently Stetson’s record holder for stolen bases and is tied for first in NCAA stolen bases, totaling 27 this season so f...

Pulse nightclub: never forgotten

Jeanine and Wally Goodnough stand with one of their contributions to the Pulse Nightclub memorial, a collection of photographs of the 49 people killed on June 12, 2016. Photo by Mitch Robey

March 3, 2017

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ORLANDO – Over six months after the devastating massacre at Pulse Nightclub, the outpouring of love and support remains strong. Jeanine and Wally Goodnough are among those mourning a personal loss, that of their son’s frie...

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