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How Texas Became A Frozen Capitalist Dystopia

By: Peter Miles Hamilton Staff Columnist bremcdan@iu.edu Those of you who have been outside recently can attest that we are currently experiencing a massive cold front, bringing the coldest temperatures of winter in mid-February, astonishingly late in the season. In Indiana, we have seen large snowfalls in a short time, ice sheets covering every road,

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Titan Baseball’s trip to Texas

By: DEMERIS BARLOW Guest Columnist Thursday, Day One: Bus Ride The 13-hour bus ride to Texarkana, Texas was surprisingly very enjoyable. We stopped a couple of times to get food and take bathroom breaks, which were much needed. While we were on the bus, we played a game called, “Mafia,” which took up about five

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