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The voices that be

Liana Riley is a political science junior and Mustang News columnist. These views do not necessarily reflect the editorial coverage of Mustang News.  The current issue on our campus is voices. Whether it is the lack of awareness of certain voices, too much power of majority ones or a complete indifference to the unheard, our […]

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The wall that was worth 1,000 words

Liana Riley is a political science junior and Mustang News columnist. These views do not necessarily reflect the editorial coverage of Mustang News.  Was it a symbol of oppression, an homage to the defenders of free speech, or was it just a piece of blank paper, slapped onto a whiteboard, and defaced with insults worthy […]

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Trick-or-Treating for Citations

Liana Riley is a political science junior and Mustang News columnist.  If you can, for a moment, envision sifting through a myriad of colorful candies and picking out your first Hershey’s bar, with your parent nestled by your side. You’re a pirate because that’s what Party City had destined for you. You skip along the […]

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A new narrative: Rediscovering books

Liana Riley is a political science junior and Mustang News columnist. Did you forget about books? Because I definitely did. The pages that once held my favorite personifications grew dusty. I let the Judy Blume novels that assisted me through my formative years slip away into some dark crevice of my memory. The five-hour lines […]