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Native Twitter is buzzing about “Native” Halloween costumes and the many issues surrounding the trend. 

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It’s late October and our Seasonal Affective Disorders are blooming beautifully, if a little early this year. That means it’s time to compensate for our lack of natural dopamine with outside resources, and what better endorphinbooster than a puppy, right?

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Happy late Indigenous Peoples Day! In case you didn’t know, Indigenous Peoples Day was this past Monday, Oct. 14. It was celebrated with singing and a round dance on the steps of Main Hall.

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Everyone knows of Greta Thunberg. We have seen her berate world leaders at the United Nations Climate Summit, and most of us have seen the infamous photo of her glaring down our president. But few have heard of Autumn Peltier.Peltier is a 15-year-old water activist, the chief water commissio…

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Our UM professors probably trust us only slightly more than Ferris Bueller’s principal trusted him. We don’t have to ask permission to use the bathroom anymore, but some college professors still require notes from a doctor to excuse absences. But there’s a problem with that: Visiting a docto…

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The sound of a bell resonates as I push open the glass door covered with construction paper, used to prevent exposing anything unsavory to any minors lingering outside. The familiar smell of the staple goth-mall store, Hot Topic, and cigarettes fill my nostrils, and the door shuts slowly beh…

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Some may think conversations about cultural appropriation and proper representation are no longer necessary. That’s yesterday’s news, right? We couldn’t still be making the same mistakes, could we? After watching “IT: Chapter Two,” it’s clear that this assumption is woefully incorrect.

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For a lot of people, marrying your college sweetheart is the dream. It’s how a lot of our parents met, and how their parents met. Before women were taken (somewhat) seriously in the workforce, it was the norm: Get into a good school, get your MRS degree, have kids, stay home, numb the pain w…

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Picture a bucket full of crabs, the crustaceans crawling around, snapping their claws. One crab attempts to escape this bucket prison, scrambling toward its lip. As this happens, the crabs on the bottom reach up and pull the near-liberated crab back down to be trapped with the rest of them.L…

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University of Montana’s buildings are not all created equal. Going from McGill to Gallagher feels like time traveling. Some buildings are old, but in a charming way, like the Fine Arts Building or Jeannette Rankin. Some are ... just old, and a select few might even convince you that you’re i…

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Let’s say you see a cute person on Tinder who’s also in your writ 101 class. What do you do? If you swipe right, you’re leaving yourself open to rejection. The sofcore kind where only you know about it, but rejection nonetheless. If you swipe left, you may never know where you two stand. May…

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Who doesn’t love a good 30-comment Facebook argument or an entertaining Twitter thread between two different political viewpoints? These days, you don’t have to search very far to find a juicy debate about gun control, abortion or gold vs. blue dresses.

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Hi! I’m your friendly-neighborhood-brown-person, and I’m here because I’m disappointed with this school and the ways in which Native American and other minority students struggle at the hands of this institution.

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We had a great run drinking anything and everything during our first couple years of college. Seriously though — remember when we drank “Pink Panty Droppers” and nobody questioned it? Once the freshman 15-50 starts to hit, we look for a low-calorie alternative. The solution? Spiked seltzer.