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Katelin Harmon


Column: Don't let up on the Starbucks boycott now

"Consumers have the opportunity to keep up the momentum from this boycott and to organize others to push for what they want from these corporations. Better pay, more paid vacation time and safer work environments are all possible with persistent effective boycotting in solidarity with both unions and Palestine."


Column: In light of Ruby Franke, it's time to crack down on family vlogging

"Family vlogging doesn’t account for kids not understanding or consenting to the permanency of the internet. Even when videos are removed, the case of Ruby Franke’s children and many others is but a testament to just how much of an impact the internet can have on a child’s life. Channels that show deeply personal areas of parenting can help other parents relate to their struggles but often don't acknowledge the vulnerability of the situation."


Column: CHCCS students deserved a better first day of school

"These students were just getting acquainted with their walk to class, making friends and building their own community on campus. The shooting that occurred at 1:04 stripped away the routine they were beginning to build, as they had to huddle in dorm rooms, classrooms and libraries while texting their families, friends and new classmates that they were okay."

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