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Juneteenth

The reason your bank was closed yesterday: cultural appropriation and virtue signaling On February 25,…
Lola Sanchez
June 21, 2022
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Moonshine

Moonshine, though often associated with Appalachia, is also an integral part of the Ozarks culture.…
Travis Holt
June 15, 2022
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Rough Music

In the mid-1760s, violent criminal activity began to spread throughout the sparsely populated interior of…
Nicole Williams
April 13, 2022
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Emancipation

Part 4 in Clyde Wilson’s series “African-American Slavery in Historical Perspective.” Read Part 1, Part…
Clyde Wilson
March 29, 2022
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Windy

Of all the giants that strode through my childhood, some loom larger than others: Some…
Travis Holt
November 26, 2021
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Poor Poe

At the University of Virginia, Room No.13 on the fabled Lawn is reserved as a…
Casey Chalk
October 25, 2021
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On the Wane

“Aggressive abroad and despotic at home.” --Robert E. Lee The empire Lincoln built is on…
Thomas Riley
October 8, 2021
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The Voices

We’ve all heard some cliché joke about ‘voices in our head’, usually posted over and…
Travis Holt
September 23, 2021