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Johnathan Parr

I am a Freshman Journalism major. Back home in Olive Branch, Mississippi, I did not have an outlet to let my voice be heard. I am excited and grateful to have the Student Printz for a voice.
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Political gridlock not bad for country

Political gridlock is the phenomenon where two legislative bodies such as the House and Senate, or two branches of government such as the legislative...

YouTube considers ad-free subscriptions

YouTube, which is owned by Google, is considering whether it will shift from its current revenue source from solely advertisements to advertisements and subscriptions,...

GOP paints America red until 2016

After a long and expensive midterm election cycle, Democrats have lost the Senate, increased their minority in the House and saw losses in gubernatorial...

Four new shows for lazy fall nights

The time has come. You need a new TV show because your old favorite has been guillotined by the network, been drowned in unwatchable stupidity...

Miss. residents re-elect Cochran, GOP takes the Senate

Credit: Courtesy Photo After a long and expensive midterm election cycle, Democrats lost control of the Senate, increased their minority in the House and...

Orchestra honors sax inventor

On Nov. 4, the Sax-Chamber Orchestra (SCO) will perform a concert celebrating the 200th birthday of Adolphe Sax, the inventor of the saxophone, in...

Biology department to offer new electives

The Biology Department is offering two new 400-level electives that are not offered often next semester: Histology and Mammalogy. John Bailey will teach Histology, and...

Non-citizens could affect election vote

According to the Washington Post, a recent study suggested that people who are not citizens could affect the senatorial elections in November by saving...

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