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College playoff proves successful

February 5, 2015

The first college football playoff was a major success. So much so, that many are already looking forward...

Medical Billing and Coding students doubting the government’s deadlines

February 5, 2015

First, what is ICD-10? Physicians, billers, coders, and other providers use International Classif...

Free college raises questions

February 5, 2015

Many of us are seeking to graduate and get a college degree, whether it be an associates, bachelor’s,...

Former Crusader editor finds true calling in teaching

February 4, 2015

“You’re not making any money, you know?” “You’re going to be broke all the time.” “You...

‘American Sniper’: Story not history

‘American Sniper’: Story not history

February 4, 2015

I watched “American Sniper” with my brother, neither of us knowing it was based on a true story. American...

My Journey from Nigeria to Liberal

February 4, 2015

I have known Olatunde Olasunkanmi for several years. We lived in the same local government (County) Amuwo...

Are You Valentine Material?

February 4, 2015

Valentine’s Day, a day that your wallet experiences rapid weight loss and it does this without even...

Philadelphia’s downtown wonders

November 14, 2014

Coming from a small town and flying across the U.S. to Philadelphia, Pa., was like passing through a...

Veins for charge

November 14, 2014

Buzz. Ding! Ring! Walking through the halls, sitting at the doctor’s office, eating at a restaurant,...

Obama pushes for new path

November 14, 2014

The executive order that President Barack Obama has promised to sign before the end of the year has got...

Dinner staged for 54

Dinner staged for 54

November 14, 2014

Walking into the Showcase Theater this week, the audience was confused by the chairs on the stage that...

Easier solution to concealed weapon bill

November 8, 2014

Crusader Editor, I read the articles and cartoon regarding the issue of concealed weapons on campus. I've also done some research on the existing concealed carry law, including contacting the Kansas Attorney General’s office for some clarification. It is being assumed that if the bill is passed we should spend hundreds...

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