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New Spurs team brings promising season

New Spurs team brings promising season

| November 15, 2018

By Gisselle Washington | Staff Writer | On pace to become a top contender in the western conference, the Spurs are on track to be one of the top seeds in their division. The basketball team has currently averaged 110.9 points per game with their powerful offense credited to the addition of DeMar DeRozan from […]

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Lottery winners should remain anonymous

Lottery winners should remain anonymous

| October 30, 2018

By Angelina McMinn | Staff Writer | The lottery is something very common and normal in the United States, but in most states when someone wins the lottery, whether it is Mega Millions or Powerball, they can’t claim it anonymously. They have to show their face, and their name becomes public. Texas is one of […]

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“In God We Trust” signs not needed

“In God We Trust” signs not needed

| September 27, 2018

By Austin Cohea | Big Stick Editor | Recently Arkansas passed a law that in all public schools, “In God We Trust” must be displayed in all public schools. Texas has a law that says that “In God We Trust”  may be displayed but it’s not mandatory. Many states including but not limited to Florida, Arkansas, […]

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Fitting 18 Years Into a Dorm Room

| May 31, 2018

By Hailey Massey |   If you’re anything like me, your room is an outlet of self-expression. It’s a place that you go to calm your nerves, be who you truly are, bury yourself under blankets when you’re at your lowest lows, and of course sleep. It’s a form of self security because you always […]

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