Post Tagged with: "Callie Coker"

We need to talk about sexual assault

April 26, 2016

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by Callie Coker | Staff Writer Sexual assault on college campuses is something we see as headlines on social media and as taglines at the bottom… Read More ›

Importance of youth vote

March 8, 2016

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by Callie Coker | Staff Writer Many say that young people are a difficult demographic to win over. While it may seem like young voters… Read More ›

SAT redesign

February 23, 2016

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by Callie Coker | Staff Writer As young people across the nation prepare for college, there is typically one factor of their application that proves… Read More ›

New bodies for Barbie promote healthy body image

New bodies for Barbie promote healthy body image

February 17, 2016

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by Callie Coker | Staff Writer Barbie is an icon among young children, and those who grew up playing with the dolls often use them… Read More ›

After Paris attacks, candidates focus on foreign policy

After Paris attacks, candidates focus on foreign policy

November 24, 2015

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by Callie Coker | Staff Writer Since the news of the terrorist attacks in Paris broke, many Americans are interested in how the United States will… Read More ›

Gilmore Girls’ Netflix reboot brings promise of closure

Gilmore Girls’ Netflix reboot brings promise of closure

November 17, 2015

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by Callie Coker | Staff Writer When Gilmore Girls abruptly ended in 2007, many fans were left reeling with questions that left them dissatisfied and forever… Read More ›

Ben Carson brings attention to media scrutiny

November 17, 2015

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by Callie Coker | Staff Writer When the media covers a presidential race, we can expect there to be coverage of candidates’ faults. I suppose we… Read More ›

The problem with social media: perfection is overrated

The problem with social media: perfection is overrated

November 10, 2015

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by Callie Coker | Staff Writer How many followers do I have? How many likes did this post get? How many views did this YouTube video… Read More ›

Student athletes are students first and athletes second

Student athletes are students first and athletes second

November 18, 2014

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by Callie Coker | Staff Writer Saint Mary’s College is known for its athletics and its academics, but also for how successful our student athletes are… Read More ›

Video of a woman’s catcalling experience goes viral

Video of a woman’s catcalling experience goes viral

November 11, 2014

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by Callie Coker | Staff Writer Roughly two weeks before the controversial New York City catcalling video went viral, a friend of mine who attends… Read More ›

Starbucks cups mark the start of the holiday season

Starbucks cups mark the start of the holiday season

November 11, 2014

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by Callie Coker | Staff Writer Throughout the United States, people can now expect that on the morning following Halloween, Starbucks will have the first… Read More ›

New fall TV season brings new favorites

October 28, 2014

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by Callie Coker | Staff Writer Whether you’re wearing white hats, panicking that Professor Keating will cold-call you, worrying that a vampire will attack you,… Read More ›

Celebrity culture is one of obsession and superficiality

Celebrity culture is one of obsession and superficiality

September 30, 2014

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by Callie Coker | Staff Writer At the grocery store a few days ago, I took a moment to read the articles advertised on various… Read More ›

Will One Direction’s new album be “Fireproof?”

September 23, 2014

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by Callie Coker | Staff Writer Harry Styles’ hairdo in a recent One Direction tour performance isn’t the only thing that has fans talking lately.… Read More ›

Tips on living life screen-free: With finals coming up it’s time to ditch apps and Facebook

May 13, 2014

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by Callie Coker | Staff Writer With the end of the semester approaching, student stress-levels are reaching unhealthily high levels. A common way to de-stress… Read More ›