Op-Ed

Originally published in Issue 4, Volume 32 of The University Register on Friday, October 25, 2019

I’m sure many of you have seen the news regarding the incredibly harmful posters that have been showing up around the University of Minnesota-Morris campus. These posters have been targeting students...

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Originally published in Issue 4, Volume 32 of The University Register on Friday, October 25, 2019

Dear Campus Community,

We as a community are in pain and are hurting. This is due to members of our community disrespectfully attacking the identities of marginalized groups. It is up to all of us t...

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By Dylan Young, Staff WriterOriginally published in Issue 4, Volume 32 of The University Register on Friday, October 25, 2019

I’m not the biggest Halloween fan. I lived on an Indian reservation, and trick-or-treating back home was always problematic because of the rez dogs (stray canines that wre...

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By Tehya Wachuta, Editor-in-Chief Originally published in Issue 3, Volume 32 of The University Register on Friday, October 11, 2019

Last weekend, I saw “Joker” at the Morris Theatre. For those of you who haven’t seen it, don’t worry — I’m going to try not to include any spoilers in this article....

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Isaiah Nielsen, Contributor Originally published in Issue 2, Volume 32 of The University Register on Friday, September 27, 2019

Over the past few months, Hong Kong and Russia have been entrenched in a series of protests and demonstrations against the anti-democratic status quo in both Russia and...

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By Evan Douville, Feature Editor Originally published in Issue 2, Volume 32 of The University Register on Friday, September 27, 2019

Hearthstone. Fire Emblem: Heroes. Fate: Grand Order. Pokemon Masters. Grand Summoners. Candy Crush Saga. These are all cell phone games available on Android and iO...

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By Tehya Wachuta, Editor-in-Chief Originally published in Issue 2, Volume 32 of The University Register on Friday, September 27, 2019

This week, I attended the interview UMM seniors Bailey Kemp and Sarah Severson conducted with David Ebershoff, the author of "The Danish Girl."

For those of you...

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By Tehya Wachuta, Editor-in-Chief Originally published in Issue 1, Volume 32 of The University Register on Friday, September 13, 2019

September is national suicide prevention month, so I would like to take a minute to discuss how our society treats mental health, and depression in particular.

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By Tehya Wachuta, Editor-in-Chief

MYTH: Vegetarians don’t get enough protein.

TRUTH: Meat is not the only source of protein, although it is a common one. Vegetarians can obtain protein from foods such as peanut butter, beans, cheese, yogurt, and soy products. Also, one’s body already produces...

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By Tehya Wachuta, Editor-in-Chief

I don’t think of myself as a political person. Sure, I have opinions, and many of those opinions could probably be categorized as political ones, but I don’t spend a lot of time thinking about that, nor do I claim to understand much of what goes into politics. I d...

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