• Kesha’s case highlights bigger issue

    By Editorial, Chattanooga, Tenn., — If you’ve glanced at any social media site in the past few weeks, you have probably seen something about #FreeKesha in the endless stream of posts. We at the Echo find it incredibly unfair and disturbing that Sony would want Kesha to continue to work for her abuser. This issue […]

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  • America: one nation under hate in politics

    Editorial, Chattanooga, Tenn. — As we here at the Echo have watched the presidential nominations unfold, we began to wonder, when did it become okay to use outright hatred and insults to build a campaign? The United States, as we all know, is a melting pot of all different kinds of people. More than 321 million Americans live […]

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  • Terror in Paris sparks empathy

    Editorial We at the Echo offer our deepest condo- lences to all those affected by the attacks in Paris that occurred over the weekend. It is deeply saddening to see a nation forced to face what has been cited as violence dead- lier than France has seen since World War II when they are just […]

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  • Mental health, stability emphasized post-midterms

    Editorial Huffington Post recently published an article with celebrities speaking out about mental health, illustrating that mental health shows no discrimination in ethnicity, class, profession or gender. John Green, an author who we have all come to know and love, said, “There is hope. There is treatment. You are not alone, and while I know […]

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