THE FEATHERDUSTER

New Alabama abortion law suppresses women’s rights

Ava Valdes, Head Brains and Brawns

May 28, 2019

Filed under Columns

My body. My choice. My life. As a woman and a citizen of the U.S., I want to know that I can make my decisions based on what I feel is right for me. I stand for equality, and every man has the right to decide what is best for his ...

Annoyed student conveys hatred for spoilers

Mikaela Sherry, Assistant Editor

May 28, 2019

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Nothing is worse than when the ending or twist to the movie you’ve been patiently waiting to see is revealed to you. Especially when you kept telling your friends that you didn’t want to know. They’ll dangle the prospect o...

April poetry challenge sparks new insight for writer

Turi Sioson, Reporter

May 23, 2019

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For someone who’s really bad at social media, I don’t really know why I’ve ended up running five different Instagram accounts. Yep, you read that right — five. Two personals (with a total of 100 followers combined) and ...

Psych and followers

Kendall Carroll, Reporter

May 22, 2019

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In March of 2018, I started my own journaling account, @mylifeinjournals, on Instagram. Since then, my own account has grown, and I’ve interacted with more people. Even before diving into the world of Instagram art accounts...

Not even water?

Not even water?

May 21, 2019

Esports Arena Trains Upcoming Pros

Nick Pigott, Reporter

May 20, 2019

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Located inside the well-known pyramid-shaped hotel Luxor in Las Vegas is the indoor arena made for hosting Esports competitions and a place for amateur gamers to hang out and practice. I visited the Esports Arena last summer a...

Amateur mythbuster debunks common rumors

Nick Pigott, Reporter

April 5, 2019

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  Spring is blooming, and bluebonnets are growing. It’s time to take your yearly photos in the fields. You always wanted to pick a bluebonnet and keep it, but your mom would always tell you it’s against the law. But...

The moment I couldn’t forget

Isabella Newlands

February 20, 2019

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Let me set the scene. It’s 7th grade and Spanish class has just ended. My friend and I were making our way to our English class, chatting about whatever. It was just a normal day .. .or so I thought. As we came to the end of the la...

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