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Never in “Vein” : Why Stetson’s Students Decide to Donate Blood

November 20, 2017

Filed under Opinion

Blood.It’s a vital part of our existence as human beings, something we depend on to keep us upright, breathing, and functioning. It’s an inescapable part of our daily lives. We feel it race through our veins when we’re ne...

SKEPTICAL SCIENCE SUNDAY: Organic Farming

November 19, 2017

Filed under Opinion

If you’ve been to a grocery store recently, you’ve probably seen a product labeled “organic.” It was likely more expensive than equivalent products, and it might have boasted a pretty green label or a picture of a plant. It m...

Finals Survival Guide

How do we ensure that our final grades are up to our standards for ourselves? What in the world do we need to fully prepare for the challenge that lies before us?

November 16, 2017

Filed under Campus, Opinion

  Finals are drawing near, and I’m sure that we’re all feeling the pressure of the approaching conclusion to our fall semester. But, given this pressure, how can we expect to be well prepared for our exams? How do we ensu...

Skeptical Science Sundays: Detoxing

The kidneys, liver, lungs, and colon do a really good job of eliminating waste, and they don’t require assistance from cilantro or a coffee enema.

November 12, 2017

Filed under Opinion

One of the biggest pseudoscience trends sweeping the nation is the idea of detoxing. A broad term that covers a wide range of products and practices, “detoxing” usually refers to ridding the body of “toxins” that buil...

Opinion Piece Etiquette: How To React to Opinion-Based Articles

Yes, this, too, is an opinion piece.

November 2, 2017

Filed under Opinion

When it comes to the internet, everyone knows that no opinion is left unsaid, or—I should say—untyped. Matters of religion, gender, politics, and even on which Game of Thrones character deserves to sit on the Iron Throne, are ...

The Problem(s) With Parking

Written by a contributing author and student, Dennis Lynch

October 25, 2017

Filed under Campus, Opinion

I remember helping my girlfriend pack for Thanksgiving break my freshman year at Stetson University. It was a hot November day, and the last thing I wanted to do was shuffle around boxes at the Chaudoin residence parking lot....

What Happens When You Don’t “Trust the Process”

October 20, 2017

Filed under Opinion

To uphold Hatter Network’s values of transparency in journalism, I would like to address an error in process that occurred last week. It is our belief as a nonpartisan organization that the work of journalists starts where t...

Why Sorority Life Wasn’t for Me

October 13, 2017

Filed under Opinion

Sunday marked the end of formal sorority recruitment. As it came to a close, many Stetson women were welcomed home into the sorority that gave them a bid. I remember the rush of excitement and nervousness from when I went throug...

Melania Trump: The Silenced #PowerOfTheFirstLady

Quiet. Private. Enigmatic. Ever since Donald Trump first announced his race to the White House, Melania Trump has gracefully dodged the spotlight.

March 14, 2017

Filed under Opinion

Quiet. Private. Enigmatic. Ever since Donald Trump first announced his race to the White House, Melania Trump has gracefully dodged the spotlight. She flitted into various galas and quietly held onto her husband’s arm at the occ...

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