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This week, The Daily Northwestern, the paper of record and student paper for Northwestern University, published an editorial apologizing for the paper’s coverage of former U.S. Attorney General/U.S. Sen. Jeff Sessions’ Nov. 5 visit to campus.

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In less than three days’ time, the population of Athens will double. Thousands of revelers will descend on the town, anticipating a weekend of house parties and bars.

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This has been a difficult week for me, as tomorrow (Friday) will be my last day working fulltime for The Athens NEWS. This weekend, I am packing up my apartment and shipping off to Harrisonburg, Virginia, to move in with my partner.

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Some Ohio University students earlier this week were caught in the act of saying the n-word in a Snapchat video that was later shared on Twitter. The young woman identified in the video, who has since deleted her Twitter profile, apparently has received a significant amount of backlash from …

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Last Wednesday Donald Trump said: “It should be announced, probably some time next week, that we will have 100 percent of the (ISIS) caliphate.” Well, it is next week now, and by the weekend Trump will probably have made exactly that announcement. He will be right, too: ISIS as a major threa…

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After The New York Times published an opinion piece written by an unnamed “senior administration official” who claimed to be part of an anti-Trump coalition in the white house, debate surrounding the idea of unnamed or “anonymous” sources surged on social media. Journalists have talked and t…

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Editor’s note: The Athens NEWS is participating in a national campaign spearheaded by The Boston Globe to respond forcefully to President Donald Trump’s continued attacks on the free press, including his recent characterization of journalists as “real enemies of the people.” We are among 350…

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A young boy finds a tree full of bright red apples near his home. Hungry, he picks one and eats it, then grabs another to bring his mother. When he makes it back to his house, he shows his mother the apple. “No thanks,” she says. “I prefer red apples.”

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An “Athens Voice” comment in the June 7 issue of The Athens NEWS took a shot at the free-lunch program in public schools: “I’m still aghast that the schools FEED students. I grew up dirt poor, with no indoor plumbing or running water, but my mom still managed to send me to school with a sand…