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The Pioneer Supports Judge Walker’s Decision

August 12, 2010

Much has been said about same-sex marriage on cable news, in magazines and on talk radio. For the average person, the debate appears reduced to personal moral preference – either a liberal preference for pluralism, or a conservative preference for tradition. Unfortunately, it is frequently forgotten in the p...

Fun Activities For Summer Time

Codey Hazen

August 11, 2010

Nobody finishes their summer and thinks, “Boy, I really wish I had spent more time on the couch.” That being said, it’s time to get out there and try something new. Here are a few things guaranteed to bring unforgettable memories and cross off some items off your bucket list, all without having...

Head: The Price of Convenience Subhead: Are Smart Phones Really Making Our Lives Better?

Casey Scheld

July 26, 2010

The Internet has changed the way we live our lives, and having that same Internet in the palm of our hand via a smart phone has taken that life-changing experience even further. However, these devices come at a cost, one that may make buyers thinking twice before taking the plunge. There is no denying...

Is it Ethical to Market Fast Food To Children?

Mark Luluan

July 26, 2010

Children in our society are exposed to increasing amounts of advertising through television. As the demands of supporting a family increase, more and more American children now spend more time glued to the tube than with their parents. Recently McDonald’s has come under fire for its advertising practices....

Graduation & Life

June 10, 2010

Class of 2010, I'd like to bring something to your attention: death. I know, I know; some of you are probably confused about it while others are well aware of its consequences. We all know it is part of life and I have even heard some say that we are simply “terminally ill.” However, one truth r...

Celebrity Tattoo Craze “Stupid”

May 21, 2010

By Kimbra McCaul Staff Writer You may not be a pirate or a Polynesian tribesman, but with today’s changing times and more open mind-set, the chance that you or some non-pirate you know has a tattoo is more likely than ever before. Tattoos have been around for at least 5,000 years, with the first tat...

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