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No Hurdle Too High

Story By:  Madison McCann and Meghan Sweeney
Photos By: Giovanni Cardenas

If you happen to walk past them on campus, you would likely stare in awe at twin sisters Shalee and Shyann Reynolds. Standing at 5-foot-9, their physical presence catches the eye. Chiseled from years competing in track and field, they look like machines. Many might even feel a twinge of envy, wondering, “Why can’t I be like those girls?”

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The Modern Feminist: A Balancing Act

By Gioia McGuire

It is no secret or myth that women find themselves pigeonholed into feminist stereotypes. Society has recently grown tremendously in favor of strong and empowered women. However, in a post-election Trump nation, some find it difficult to balance empowerment with stigma. Women are finding strength within themselves and each other more than ever.

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Best Places to Park On Campus

By: Elissa Saldana

One of the first things you will hear fellow classmates complain about is how difficult it is to find a parking space on campus. In fact, that was one of the first things I was warned about during my new student orientation. So, when my first day of classes arrived I was ready to spend a good 15 to 30 minutes looking for parking. But to my surprise I found a space pretty much immediately.

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