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Photo by ABC/ Ida Mae Astute With the 2016 general election creeping closer and closer, many voters are choosing sides. “Creeping” is the operative word in that sentence, considering the division that the election has caused among American voters. Between the outcries of so-called bigotry and the heavy-handed belief of establishment control, eligible voters have …

Photo courtesy of Flickr On Tuesday morning, Trump spoke at a campaign rally and offended the last demographic he had left: Baby. In the middle of his speech, the cries of a child were heard throughout the audience. Trump, at first, announced that the baby was welcome, saying, “I love babies. I hear that baby …

The 2016 election season continues to amaze and surprise. Between the aggressive contest and the murmurs of a contested convention, candidates continue to fear the coming months. This fear seems to have manifested itself primarily around the Republican side. The potential source? Donald J. Trump Trump has been seemingly unstoppable in the past months. He swept Super …

Office 365

In case you haven’t noticed, Microsoft’s Office 365 service, which hosts MTSU’s email accounts, has an awful feature that is most likely making you miss out on a ton of important messages. The Clutter folder is a new feature to the email service, and it is slowly becoming my mortal enemy. You see, as a member …

Donald Trump

Photo by Gage Skidmore / Flickr Last week, the hacker group Anonymous announced “total war” on Donald Trump’s campaign. The hacker group previously responsible for hacking into the Pentagon and the New York stock exchange, released a video detailing this new war. In this video, a representative of Anonymous announced, “we have been watching you …

Story by Jordan Peffley // Contributing Writer | Photo by Flickr Saturday night’s Republican debate in Greenville, South Carolina, turned into an all-out verbal brawl, resulting in most of the candidates competing for who could yell the loudest insult into the microphone. As the name-calling and shouting matches climaxed, the crowd had grown just as …