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Dr. Jessica Johnson: Reasons for optimism in 2023

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With 2022 nearing its end, I reflected on the words that I wrote this time last year regarding not entering January with the burden of fear. For me, this definitely warrants a review because when looking at the final headlines of December, the national news is far from great.

Dr. Jessica Johnson: Finding gratitude in Christmas

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As Christmas approaches, many Americans are unfortunately feeling major stress about the holidays, and some may even be in an Ebenezer Scrooge “Bah! Humbug!” mood as inflation is putting a tight clasp on many people’s budgets.

Dr. Jessica Johnson: The Deion Sanders effect

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As the college football season came to an end this year, two stories grabbed lots of headlines.

Dr. Jessica Johnson: Lasting lessons from ‘Till’

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The Emmett Till story was told multiple times this year through two ABC television docuseries, “Let the World See” and “Women of the Movement.” It was fitting that a film was finally released on his appalling death in October, especially since President Joe Biden signed the Emmett Till Anti-Lynching Act into law on March 29.

Dr. Jessica Johnson: Finding peace through gratitude

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And let the peace of God rule in your hearts, to the which also ye are called in one body; and be ye thankful. — Colossians 3:15

Dr. Jessica Johnson: View on loans from campus

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Like many who work in higher education, I have been closely following the progress of President Joe Biden’s student loan forgiveness plan. It’s definitely no surprise that this has become another bitter partisan battle as the program has been forced to delay debt relief just one week after 22 million borrowers applied.

Dr. Jessica Johnson: Looking into Herschel Walker’s soul

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The Georgia Senate race between GOP nominee Herschel Walker and Democratic incumbent Raphael Warnock has a belligerent nature of combativeness that will go down to the wire on Nov. 8.

Dr. Jessica Johnson: Back in front of a class

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Being just a little over two years removed from the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic, the beginning of this school year is the closest to past normality for many colleges and universities.

Dr. Jessica Johnson: Teens need to ‘come to themselves’

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The dangerous and deadly trend in Columbus of teenagers stealing Kias and Hyundais has unfortunately been on an upward slope since January. Many of these teens are part of a gang known as “The Real Kia Boys,” which originated in Milwaukee. Youth in other states have adopted this moniker due to the popularity of these car thefts growing on TikTok, YouTube and Instagram. On these social media platforms, there are videos with instructions on how to steal Kias and Hyundais using USB chargers.

Dr. Jessica Johnson: Stroud shows his maturity with comments

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“Comparison is the thief of joy.”