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Students attending Blue Years Celebration.

Opinion: Finding closure during COVID-19

John Aloszka, UNF Student Body President March 18, 2020

Featured image by: Khorri Newton ***If you would like to submit an opinion of your own, please contact [email protected]*** As a senior, I am feeling a lot of what you are probably feeling...

John Aloszka requested $7,500 for student tickets.

[Photo] SG Prez wants free tickets for championship game

Drew McDonald, Sports Editor February 20, 2020

John Aloszka requested $7,500 for student tickets.

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Opinion: Debt and dissent

John Aloszka January 23, 2017

The Trump administration reportedly plans to cut funding for the National Endowment of the Arts, which funds programs like NPR and PBS, and the National Endowment for the Humanities, which funds museums...

Opinion: Being “politically correct” is just correct

Opinion: Being “politically correct” is just correct

John Aloszka January 10, 2017

Recently Spinnaker received a letter to the editor protesting a statement released by the Department of Philosophy and Religious studies. The writer claimed the department was being “politically correct.” He...

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Opinion: Can we talk?

John Aloszka December 5, 2016

I wanted to delete my Twitter account at least five, but no more than eight, times during the election cycle. Because I am a liberal, you could automatically assume my “twexit” would be caused by...

People protest Donald Trump in March, months before the election. But even more protests have happened around the country after Trump was named president-elect.

Opinion: Never stop protesting

John Aloszka November 17, 2016

My eleventh grade European history teacher said something that will always stick with me: “In Europe the government is afraid of the people. In America, we are afraid of the government.” That statement...

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Opinion: Privacy and presidency don’t mix

John Aloszka October 26, 2016

  If anyone still believed that a politician could have a both public and private life, the 2016 presidential race has put that belief to rest. Social media, email hacks and secretly recorded...

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Opinion: Double standard emerges between “the haves and the have nots”

John Aloszka October 20, 2016

In the 2016 presidential race there is a looming double standard surrounding the candidates. It has been pointed out by Hillary Clinton surrogates and reporters alike that Donald Trump is oft graded...

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