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Live Long and Move Forward: ‘Please Stand By’ offers a genuine look into life with autism


October 29, 2017

The best stories will always resonate with the audience, building a connection between fiction and reality. What marks good pop culture is the ability of the work to send out strands of form that tie the audience to what is o...


October 31, 2016

More white people were killed by police last year than black people. The Washington Post reported that of the 991 people killed by police in 2015, 49 percent were white, 26 percent were black and 17 percent were Hispanic, accor...

OURVIEW: Latest black fatalities reveal persistent prejudices

September 26, 2016

Each week the editorial board reflects on a current issue in Our View. The position taken does not reflect the opinions of everyone on the Hilltop Views staff. This week’s editorial board is composed of Viewpoints Editor Vi...

Police officer gets violent with black student, in other news, the sky is blue

Ellise Stokes

November 6, 2015

At a Spring Valley High School, on Oct. 26 in South Carolina, Ben Fields a high school police officer was caught on camera throwing a black teenage girl out of her desk and then across the classroom.On that day, the student ha...

Black Lives Matter’s image distorted by skewed reporting of news outlets


October 2, 2015

Americans have recently become more aware of the race issues affecting the equal administration of justice by police because of the movement Black Lives Matter by its organizers. Some Americans have rallied against the movement...

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