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North Central Seussical Musical Recap
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North Central Seussical Musical Recap

No Person Is Lesser Than Another: The Message of The Spring Musical “A person’s a person, no matter how small.” You may have heard this line before, in a little story called “Horton Hears A Who”by Dr. Seuss. you may have also heard it if you made it out to see the spring musical this...

Opinion: The Need For a Multicultural Center AT North Central
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Opinion: The Need For a Multicultural Center AT North Central

North Central can prove its devotion for its inclusion in diversity with a Multicultural Center While North Central University has made progress in the realm of race relations in the past year with the introduction of Latinos Unidos, Asian Student Alliance, and the Black Student Union, further progress can be made as the physical campus...

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Editorial: In Response to Jacob Wohl

A response to racist ideologies promoted by Jacob Wohl regarding Rep. Ilhan Omar By Gabriel Wright The recent midterm elections and their effect in Minneapolis have been widely debated throughout the nation. Safety in Minneapolis has been in contention due to the election of Ilhan Omar, as well as the increasingly high number of refugees...

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Why I Went to the Women’s March

The Women’s March Encompasses More Than One Issue Photos by Danielle Dorsey. At Minnesota State Capitol, the Twin Cities Women’s March took place on January 19, 2019. According to the Star Tribune around 4,000 people gathered to advocate for women’s rights.     The Women’s March is a contentious annual event that sparks heavy discussion surrounding...

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Why I Went to the March for Life

STOP! They say to start articles by getting the attention of the reader… I’ve always been bad at that! But I’m not bad at making friends, so I’ll start with this instead. Here’s a little bit about me: I’m a 20-year-old college student, which means I live on library couches, coffee, and the three minutes...

Northerner Editorial: Waste of a Wall?
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Northerner Editorial: Waste of a Wall?

Should a border wall be a priority over a functioning immigration system? A 35-day partial shutdown of the US government recently ended, with the threat of a new shutdown looming. The deal to end the shutdown and provide funding for the government will only last until Feb. 15, with President Donald Trump saying that he...

Domestic violence in new PlayStation trailer sparks controversy
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Domestic violence in new PlayStation trailer sparks controversy

Last week Sony showcased a plethora of videogame trailers in celebration of their PlayStation 4 console at the Paris Games Week conference. However, while games such as Marvel’s Spider-Man gave us glimpses of web-slinging action and colorful fun, one game decided to lean into more raw, violent emotion to market their product.

Assassin’s Creed: Origins review
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Assassin’s Creed: Origins review

After a one-year hiatus to refresh the franchise, the beloved series is back with Assassin’s Creed: Origins. The game is set in Ptolemaic Egypt and takes place in the 40s B.C. Bayek of Siwa, one of the last Egyptian medjay, and his wife Aya are the main characters.

The Necessity of Doubt 
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The Necessity of Doubt 

North Central Sophomore Blake Roberts tackles the questions of doubt, and whether a Christian can not know the answers to tough questions and still call themselves a Christian.