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The big debate: Whataburger or In-N-Out?

[media-credit id=3 align="alignleft" width="291"][/media-credit]Going to Kansas Wesleyan, you learn fairly quickly that a huge majority of the school is from Calif. and the other chunk being from Tex. This geographical divide has led to one of the greatest debates at KWU: Whataburger or In-N-Out? In my opinion, I have to go with In-N-Out. In-N-Out has been one of my favorite restaurants since I was little l ...

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This Kat has Claws: Be Real

[media-credit id=3 align="alignleft" width="311"][/media-credit]It has become almost impossible to go on any form of social media without seeing the “new” Disney princesses. By this, I mean the never ending list of Photoshopped Disney characters, made to look more “realistic.” Because of this, I've seen bigger Disney princesses, gothic ones, even ones with no makeup or different hair; if there is a thought, ...

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Can’t have KWU without U

When people are looking for something to do roller skating isn’t always that first option that comes to mind. For last week’s skating event, the activities were inhibited by a low attendance. For the few that attended, the festivities were an enjoyable affair. I believe that with more participants, this could grow into one of the best activities on campus. The activities were numerous, from slow dances with ...

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Art: It’s important too

[media-credit id=3 align="aligncenter" width="1024"][/media-credit]Often in today's society you get the question "what are you majoring in?" , and usually you get praised for choosing a topic like English, Math, Science or anything in between. But have you seen or heard the remarks one receive if you mention you want to pursue a career in Arts? Pursuing a degree in arts is a very time consuming endeavor, as ...

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Kat Has Claws: Free college

[media-credit id=3 align="aligncenter" width="246"][/media-credit]According to COLLEGEdata, college in America today can cost, on average, anywhere from $22,958 to $31,231 a year. This price may seem high, however it is not including the price of books, room and board, or personal expenses. The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau estimated that student loans held by the government have crossed over $1 tril ...

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Don’t be offended

Have you ever hopped onto Facebook and the first thing you see is an outburst of arguments? I know I witnessed this many times. We’ve all seen people on social media lashing out at some nonsense that was published, and some for valid reasons. However, I do think that some people are looking for a reason to be offended today, but the question is why? We all get offended for one reason, and only one reason: o ...

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Living a lifetime movie: Young and getting ‘hitched

[media-credit id=3 align="aligncenter" width="533"][/media-credit]I’ll come straight out and admit it, I’m one half of one of those crazy college couples who decided that now would be a good time to get married. Do I love my fiancé? Yes. Do I love planning a wedding alongside the social stigma of being “too young to get married?” Absolutely not. In fact I can’t think of anything that has stressed me out mor ...

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“Why you always lyin?”

  In today’s age of technology, anyone can become a viral sensation virtually overnight. With the overwhelming power that social media holds on our generation, a mere 20 second video canmake you famous or imfamous. In this case, it only took 10. The video’s origin is unknown, but the catchy tune, “Why you always lyin,’” simply caught fire. The video itself is shot in a comedic manner, but the intent is ...

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This Kat has Claws: Kansas can do better then Brownback

Over the last few years, Kansas has begun to lag behind the rest of the country in economics, and has continued to hurt their own public school system. While many people in Kansas have pushed Governor Sam Brownback to fix the problem, the governor refuses to listen. This summer, Governor Brownback went on to cut even more of the Kansas budget, including schools, and when the news broke, the Kansas governor ...

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VMAs “What’s Good?”

[media-credit id=3 align="alignleft" width="405"][/media-credit]In order to be up to date with your favorite celebrities, it is optimal to watch any award show they use as a platform to make a statement. While enjoying the most recent airing of the MTV Video Music Awards, I couldn’t help but notice the amount of useless comments and banter that occur. I wanted to enjoy the dresses, hairstyles, and music, ye ...

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