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Kylee Horstmanshoff

Kylee Horstmanshoff, Web Editor

Religious Intolerance in Western Countries

Religious Intolerance in Western Countries

April 27, 2021

There are 20 countries that have banned the burka, a variation of the head coverings for Muslim women. Some of these countries include what are considered to be first world countries, such as France, Germany,...

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Misogyny in American Media

Misogyny in American Media

April 27, 2021

The average U.S. citizen consumes an average of 12.2 hours of media per day, according to statista.com. That’s 85 hours in one week and 4,453 hours in one year. The digital age, while full of possibilities...

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Metal Music Makes You Smarter; No Im Not Kidding

Metal Music Makes You Smarter; No I’m Not Kidding

March 16, 2021

If you think this is about Metallica or Megadeth, get out. When you hear metal music, do you think of the screaming, indecipherable lyrics, the graphic images on t-shirts, or the head-banging that gives...

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Why Buzzfeed Feminism Is Counterproductive

February 11, 2021

All of us have seen Buzzfeed feminism before. Maybe it was GIFs of Kamala Harris flipping her hair and sparkles falling out, or flashy t-shirts with inspiring messages centered around being a woman, or...

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Ruth Bader Ginsburgs Legacy

Ruth Bader Ginsburg’s Legacy

January 3, 2021

Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg, a long-lasting activist for women’s rights and gender equality, passed away on September 18th, 2020.  The commissioner of Copper Hill’s women’s empowerment...

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Biden’s 2020 Victory

November 17, 2020

Joe Biden anticipates becoming the president-elect for the 2020 presidential election, receiving 290 electoral votes, compared to Donald Trump’s 232. The 2020 president-elect is scheduled to be inaugurated...

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Transgender Awareness Week 2020

November 16, 2020

In 2020, the week of November 13 - 19 is formally known as Transgender Awareness week. This week started in 1999 as a one week celebration for educating and celebrating transgender stories with a sense...

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Your Vote Matters

Your Vote Matters

How speaking up in politics can change your life
October 29, 2020

Every four years, the entire country looks to the presidential election to see how the government will run for the next term. However, it may not be national politics that change your life. Being an educated...

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