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Question of the Week

January 30, 2017
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A recent doctoral graduate of Clemson University said she was stopped in Dubai, United Arab Emirates, and denied re-entry to the U.S. after President Donald Trump issued an executive order Friday. Do you consider this a correct ruling for our country? Why or why not?...

Question of the Week

December 12, 2016
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In Laurens County, Greenville, S.C., Jacob Robert Oaks, 19, died on Interstate 385. Officers report that Oaks had stopped to help a car that had broken down, but sadly, he suffered a life-ending accident and died on the scene. Oaks will be remembered for his efforts to help those in need, but does this l...

Question of the Week

December 7, 2016
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Nikki Haley has been selected by President-elect Donald Trump to be a U.N. Ambassador for the United States. During primary season, Haley publicly campaigned for Florida Senator Marco Rubio, and she often criticized Mr. Trump. Now, Haley has accepted the position in the Trump's cabinet and waits for ...

Question of the Week

November 30, 2016
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On Tuesday, November 29th, 71 people died in a plane crash. Several of those that died were members of  Brazilian Soccer team, and they were on there way to soccer Championship. Although no causes have been determined yet, several investigators have speculated the cause of the accident was a fuel star...

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November 2, 2016
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What were your thoughts on the season premiere of season 7 of The Walking Dead?

Question of the Week

September 12, 2016
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Apple has recently released the newest model of the iPhone: the iPhone 7. The new model features a new speaker as opposed to having a headphone jack. Instead, Apple is releasing Bluetooth headphones starting $150. How do you feel about the new iPhone design?

Question of the Week

April 20, 2016
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The Act was administered to the Junior class this past Tuesday. This is one of the two major standardized tests that students submit with their college applications. Performance on the SAT and ACT can make or break a student when trying to get into college. Do you think that these standardized tests are...

Question of the Week

April 13, 2016
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An organization in the United Kingdom called the Royal Society for Public Health began to advocate the addition of an “activity equivalent” label on the nutrition facts of food. This means that next to the amount of calories there would be a part that says how long one would need to jog to burn off al...

Question of the Week

April 6, 2016
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With the recent Wisconsin primary on April 5th, there were two important upsets. Ted Cruz won the republican primary with 48% of the vote. This is furthering the “Stop Trump” movement and making it harder for Donald Trump to get the amount of delegates needed to win before the Republican National Conventio...

Question of the Week

March 23, 2016
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On Friday, March 18, Greenville County Police Officer Allen Jacobs was shot and killed. He and a fellow police officer were approaching the shooter, Deontea Mackey, for a field interview when Mackey started to run. Mackey, aged 17, was known as a “confirmed and self-described gang member” who has...

Question of the Week

March 14, 2016
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On March 3rd, Astronaut Scott Kelly returned to  Earth after an entire year spent in space. Kelly was reunited with his two daughters, his girlfriend, his identical twin brother, and his sister-in-law when returning. Jill Biden, wife of Vice President Joe Biden, was there to welcome him back to the U.S. Biden also brought along some welcome home gifts...

Question of the Week

March 4, 2016
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Saturday, February 20th, was the voting primaries in South Carolina. According to huffingtonpost.com, for the Republican Party, Donald Trump won with 32.5% of the votes, Marco Rubio was in second place with 22.5% of the votes, and Ted Cruz was in third place with 22.3% of the votes. For the Democratic Party, Hillary ...

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