It’s called home court advantage for a reason

February 12, 2013 10:00 am

OUR TAKE: Start standing up, making noise, and defending our home court When a team sees Eastern Nazarene College on their schedule, they need to dread the entire bus ride here. They need to hear our students in their heads louder than the music that’s pumping through their headphones. They need […]

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Gun control debate: For stricter control

January 29, 2013 10:10 am

Columbine High School, Virginia Tech, Aurora Theater, Sandy Hook Elementary School — they all have one thing in common: people walked into those places and never walked out. Gun violence is a major problem in the United States, and until we get serious about finding a solution, it will continue […]

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Gun control debate: Against stricter control

10:00 am

About a month and a half ago, an unspeakable tragedy pierced the morning in Newtown, Conn. We know the story well and we pray for everyone whose lives were changed forever by this violence.  As we take up the gun control debate, it is important to keep perspective. The United […]

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Editorial: rock the vote

November 6, 2012 1:06 pm

Most of you have already made up your mind about this year’s election. Many of you have sent in your absentee ballots and others have decided not to vote. Whatever the case is, the Veritas News believes it’s important for everyone to be educated. We have not and will not […]

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Opposing views: Obama the choice for students

2:02 am

Today’s college students are now in the midst of the first election they have a chance to vote in. Out of all the issues that are discussed and debated in this election, the one that affects us the most is education. Higher education is almost a given for students graduating […]

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Opposing views: Forward—forward to Romney

1:58 am

Young voters today face the choice of which candidate will be most beneficial to today’s college students as they look to enter the workforce. As we look across the country, the enrollment numbers for higher education exploded in recent years; according to the National Center for Education statistics, full time […]

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