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Collegian 60 second preview 11.1

Collegian 60 second preview 11.1

Assistant opinion editor Austin Klawitter stops by to discuss what is coming this week in the opinion section, which features a column about RA life and a follow up column on campus safety.

Two’s a party, three’s a crowd

Each party has a fairly unwavering set of core ideologies, with members deliberating, debating and voting on various issues as they occur. Certain individuals, however, dare to define themselves as neither of these political powerhouses, but rather a third party. Third parties have always been present in the government of the United States, but their influence faded since their glory days in the 1800s, as it has been continually stifled by the two-party system.

BREAKING NEWS: the world does not revolve around you

Political correctness is an interesting debate that has only recently been brought to the foreground of national conversation. The buzz surrounding the topic hits both sides of the political spectrum and everyone in between. This week, two of our newest columnists have decided to defend their opinions on the issue. Read the other side here.

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