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Bringing public art to Rock Hill

In an effort to offer more to the already growing Rock Hill community, the city’s Economic and Urban Development leaders have taken on the “Knowledge Park Transformation Initiative.” Knowledge Park is the area in Rock Hill stretching from Old...

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The blunt truth about marijuana

In a culture driven by maximizing profit and misconceptions, pot-smoking has rapidly spread throughout our country in the past 10 years. After the medical and recreational legalization of marijuana in states such as Colorado and Washington, American...

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“I ain’t got no lunch”

One in every five children in the United States lives in poverty. “What is poverty” asked speaker Jessica Lynn, the Executive Director for South Carolina Campus Compact. We tend to think of poverty of a bony, emaciated child in some distant...

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Author’s passing hits hearts of many

With her 1960 book being a required reading in many schools still today, it is no surprise that Pulitzer Prize-winning author Harper Lee made an impact on so many people. It was announced that Lee passed away on Friday, and immediately people poured...

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Stay fresh from gym to class

While January serves as the time most people flock to the gym in order to fulfill a resolution they set for the New Year, February serves as the month to see if it sticks. As a college student, fitting gym time in while studying for tests and...