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All Aboard!

Kamille Ritchie, Cactus Staff Writer

September 26, 2015

Filed under Around Campus, News & Events

If you ask someone what is on their bucket list, traveling seems to always be a common answer; but why wait until you’re graying and wrinkled. CAC has your ticket to board! For two lucky CAC students, the International Studies...

Welcome Week: improvMANIA

Welcome Week: improvMANIA

September 26, 2015

Pokémon Competition

Elliot Johnson, Cactus Contributor

September 26, 2015

Filed under Art & Entertainment, News & Events

Over the weekend of August 21st-23rd, the Pokemon Worlds National Championship took place at the John B. Hynes Veterans Memorial Convention Center in Boston, MA. Among the arriving guests of the event were two men, that were intending...

Same-Sex Marriage

Same-Sex Marriage

May 12, 2015

By Reflection, We Learn Most Nobly

R.L.T Prankard, Cactus Writer

May 12, 2015

Filed under Around Campus, News & Events

There come in life moments wherein the timing is apt for one to reflect on their past, to think of all that they have learned and where such lessons are taking them. Graduation, be it from high school, college, or university,...

3, 2, 1, Net Neutrality is a Go!

Rebecca Christensen, Cactus Writer

April 6, 2015

Filed under News & Events, Technology

Sitting in class on Feb 26th, I was hard-pressed not to jump for joy when the articles started to seep out with the news that net neutrality had been passed 3-2. I instead waited a few more hours until more credible sources had...

Un-Defining Real Women

Melissa Sikes, Cactus Writer

April 5, 2015

Filed under Editorial & Opinion, News & Events

What is a “real” woman? A loving wife and mother? A girl with curves? Thigh gap? I have no idea… But who does? No one. Do you want to know why? Because you simply cannot label someone as a “real” woman. This is an issue...

An Evening of Harmonious Potential

R. L. T. Prankard, Cactus Writer

April 5, 2015

Filed under Editorial & Opinion, News & Events

Marching out in single file to take their places opposite one another, clad in black with accents of red, they soaked in the heavy silence about them. Then, without warning, their voices rose in unison, resonating throughout the...

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