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A case for vaccination: Why your personal belief is hurting others

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention reported that since Jan. 1, 102 people from 14 different states have contracted the virus. Most of these cases are part of the outbreak in Disneyland.

Avery Hulong

February 5, 2015

Ever since measles broke out at “The Happiest Place On Earth,” much debate has gone on about the decision to vaccinate children. People have gone back and forth in the news and on social media about leaving the decision up to the parents on what is best for their children. However, it is clear t...

Thanksgiving comes at a price

State Hornet Staff

November 26, 2014

The dear holiday of Thanksgiving died last year when retail stores made the decision to open their stores a day early. Sadly, none of us got a chance to say goodbye.Thanksgiving and Black Friday used to come hand in hand as a holiday tradition: eat an incredible feast with your family, then wake up earl...

What happened to basing a relationship on trust?

State Hornet Staff

November 20, 2014

The nine-time Grammy award-winning artist Mary J. Blige has revealed an essential rule about friendships outside of her marriage when she was interviewed by Stella magazine: “All females for me, all guys for him.” Ouch.Blige claims that a husband having “female friends” or a wife having “guy frie...