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Longwood University Wygal Hall
By Katherine Fountain Longwood University is one of the oldest public universities in the United States, and it's campus reflects it's great history.  Our campus and community has been growing over the last several years.  The growth is good for the school, new buildings, majors, and joining the Big South conference.  However, several things about ... Continue reading →
New Books for August
In order to bring you new and fun recreational reads, the Greenwood Library participates in a book leasing program through McNaughton. These titles are shelved on the small bookcases in the middle of the Atrium and are designated with green labels. You can browse the entire collection here and if you're interested in what's new, look out ... Continue reading →
The Wonderful Life of the American Citizen: Endless Opportunities
By: Brittany Sklute I have posted another post on my blog. This post ties in with my introduction post about the different factors that go into the wonderful life of that American citizen. I used different public issues as an approach to ultimately allow the audience to arrive at the conclusion that there are so ... Continue reading →
Confederate Flag
Tayler Morris What does the Confederate Flag stand for? This is the question arising on every politician’s mind, politic channel, and news article. Is it a symbol of hate and division, of southern pride, or what about the symbol of a battle? Whatever your answer is to this question, I give you an opportunity to ... Continue reading →
In Response to the Shooting in Lafayette, Louisiana
By Megan Crump According to the Second Amendment of the Constitution of the United States of America, citizens have the right to bear arms. This is always a hot-button issue during election times, but also after a mass casualty shooting. The amendment is left to be interpreted by law makers when making new laws that ... Continue reading →
Same-Sex Marriage
By Ian Klima Above is a link to the article I am discussing below on same-sex marriage. The title “Same-sex marriage” has been flooding mass media lately due to the Supreme Court case that decided on making same-sex marriage legal nationwide. This decision by the Supreme Court has caused an even division between ... Continue reading →
The Importance of Gun Control
Stephanie Alston Based on the second amendment, Americans should have the freedom to own and/or carry a concealed weapon. This is also the argument many gun-enthusiasts are using today to argue against any additional gun control policies being implemented. The problem with this argument is that too many innocent lives have already been taken by ... Continue reading →
The right to live or die: Legalizing assisted suicides
Imagine always feeling a burning sensation throughout the entire body, making it hard to speak or breathe. The sharp pains creating long, sleepless nights, and that sinking feeling of waiting and waiting but the day still has not come. Think about not being able to live in the comfort of one’s home, but stuck within ... Continue reading →