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I along with many other Americans know the struggle of living off of minimum wage too well. 

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You may have heard the theme song for the Disney Channel television series Wizards of Waverly Place sing to you in your head. If not, that’s ok.

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With the everyday hustle and bustle, it can be easy to get caught up in work and school. In doing so, sometimes we find ourselves doing the least possible amount of work we can to get by.

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Every college student should make a regular habit of going to the recreational center or a gym. The reason being exercise is tailor made to benefit the lifestyle of the stressed college student. Ask any exercise nerd about the benefits of working out or being active and they will likely talk…

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It is vital to support print journalism.Supporting student journalists is important for the future of journalism. Taking the time to read The Chart validates our work.By reading this, you are doing your part to keep print journalism alive. Not to say print is dying, but it is safe to assume …

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The month of January elicits a lot of emotions for people. Some of you may have met the new year with a clean slate. While some of you may be trying to pick up the pieces from 2018.

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The world as we know it has become frightening. Physical and sexual violence is on the rise, especially amongst women. But this should not discourage any female from learning to defend herself.

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Recently, the name Mollie Tibbetts has circled through news outlets nationwide as the subject of news reports and editorials. 

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Recent suspensions of three Major League Baseball players including superstar Dee Gordon of the Miami Marlins for the use of PED’s got me thinking about if steroids are actually bad for the game or not. 

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It’s hard to believe. It’s hard to believe that my time here at Missouri Southern is almost over.

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Now that we, as students at Missouri Southern State University, are coming to the final down wind of our spring 2016 semester, stress is becoming more and more inevitable. Coping with the stress of being a college student and wanting to pass your classes can be tough. 

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Republican Presidential candidates Ted Cruz and John Kasich have teamed up in a last ditch effort to stop Donald Trump for getting the parties nomination for President. The former foes have decided to not campaign in states where they feel the other stands a chance of winning. 

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By now most people have heard that Stephen Curry of the Golden State Warriors has a strained MCL that will cost him at least two weeks of the playoffs. Now this would usually not be a big deal but after the Warriors went 73-9 to break the single season wins record it was just expected of the…

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To me, there is a clear winner when the “best sport to watch” debate begins. Sure, some will contest this for a number of reasons, and justifiably so. Good lord, if we all wanted to watch the same thing then the entire world would be enthralled with the table-tennislike action bounding back …

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The Treasury Department made a welcome and long coming move this week announcing Wednesday that abolitionist Harriet Tubman’s image will appear on a new series of $20 bills. Tubman will be the first African-American to appear on U.S. paper currency and the first woman in more than a century.…

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Last week, protesters in Chicago proved to everyone, once again, how ignorant they actually are. Their attempts to “seek justice” were ill-founded, and they ultimately proved that they are more worried about perpetuating a particular narrative than they are about truth. Personally, I’m glad …

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This being my senior year, I have spent a lot of my time reflecting on my past years at Missouri Southern. Asking myself how I could have better prepared myself, or even how I could better prepare someone else to get the most out of their college experience. I thought about the strategies I …

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While the regular season just ended this past Wednesday, it’s the perfect time to look forward into the NBA playoffs. Some teams have made their way down to the final stretch and seem ready to begin the postseason while others are tripping at the finish line. For example, the Rockets who had…

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Is this really it? After 20 amazing years, Kobe Bryant will finally leave us basketball fans with one less legend to watch and cheer for. It is safe to say that as a child born in the mid 90s, he will be labeled as the greatest player of our generation. Kobe is a five time NBA World Champion…

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Jordan Spieth could have made history last weekend; he could have been the first golfer to win the Masters in wire-to-wire fashion in consecutive years. 

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It seems that the entire Los Angeles Lakers attention has been focused on Kobe Bryant’s farewell tour as he prepares to retire at the conclusion of this NBA season, and if you are tired of hearing about it I can’t blame you but there is a new storyline to focus on that may just pique your in…

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On March 24, the Governor of North Carolina signed a bill which, among other things, restricted access to restroom facilities to the sex identified on a person’s birth certificate. 

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We’ve all seen the stories and photos of unwanted dogs and cats finding their forever homes in a manner that almost belongs in a movie. The sad reality is, however, that most lost or unwanted pets remain lost or unwanted for the rest of their lives or, even more sadly, are put down when shel…

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Calvin Johnson’s retirement signifies a number of changes in the NFL. From the outside looking in it is tough to define the “why” to his departure, but in the end that is one of the more alluring things to come from this. 

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Black History month was never intended to make people feel uncomfortable. Instead, this holiday has caused controversy around the world and on different colleges campuses. Nevertheless, despite the intentions, a misunderstanding of what the month is all about can lead people back into the da…

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The Syrian Conflict is a big deal. It’s about half world war and half proxy war, but we’re making progress with the Cessation, right?

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Glitz and Glam! Two words describing this year’s 88th Annual Academy Awards. Held at the Hollywood & Highland Center in Hollywood, California the women of the entertainment world stunned in their ensembles. Charlize Theron walked the red carpet in a red fitting low cut Dior Haute Couture…

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Every year in collegiate athletics there is a new wave of student-athletes that enter their college campus with hopes of earning a degree, and of course being a great athlete. From the start of their college careers, athletes are logging long hours in the classroom, practice, study hall, tra…

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The MIAA announced Monday they had named Northwest Missouri’s Justin Pitts as their Men’s Basketball Player of the Year. Pitts is tied for first in the MIAA in assists averaging 4.8 per game and second in the league in assist to turnover ratio while he ranks fifth in points per game averagin…

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Mock drafts are a plenty at this point of the offseason, something we all know, but the latest from the “so-called” expert, Daniel Jeremiah of NFL.com, really has me salivating. Reason being, he has the Chiefs, at pick 28, stumbling upon the window flopper himself Robert Nkemdiche.

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This year’s presidential election is a year of firsts, but can it really be a year of change? 

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