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The Weekly Digest: November 20th

Around the World Bolivia’s president, Evo Morales, resigned from his position. At the same time, the Vice-President, leaders of both legislative bodies, and others left office, leaving the country effectively leaderless for many days.

Inside Purdue Pharma’s Media Playbook: How It Planted the Opioid “Anti-Story”

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Before I Run

This weekend I will be running a half marathon. As the race date gets closer, I grow to be more anxious.

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The Pursuit of Peace

Peace Peace can be thought of as many different things, whether that be freedom from civil disturbances, freedom from disquieting or oppressive thoughts and emotions, or simply harmony in personal relationships.

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The Weekly Digest: November 11th

Around the World Armistice Day is celebrated today, November 11th, around the world. It marks the 101st anniversary of the day the First World War ended with the signing of the armistice between the Allies and Germany.

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The Bradford Pear

Over the summer, my family and I sold the house we were living in and moved out to a fairly small lot just inside Osage county.

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The Holberton School

Are you interested in becoming a software engineer? Holberton is a school here in downtown Tulsa that teaches people about coding and how to think like programmers.

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Is Technology In the Classroom Hurting Harming Learning?

In 2019, it has become impossible to keep technology outside of the classroom. Schools have been forced to adapt to it.

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Helping Hornets: The Taliaferro Times new advice column

Helping Hornets _*Helping Hornets is a student-based advice column that provides help to students who may need it. It is completely anonymous and your questions will not be shared with anyone outside of Newspaper Club.