A New Form of Literature

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For decades, video games served one main purpose. From “Pong” to “Space Invaders” to “Super Mario Bros.”, games were created and shared to entertain. People[...]

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Keep Congress Blue

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In the fall, American voters will most likely turn their Congress red. This would be a mistake. Phil argued in his article last week that[...]

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Green Or Bust?

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It was 8 o’clock on a Thursday morning when I heard a knock at my front door. The sky was blue, the birds were chirping,[...]

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Food for Thought

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We have all seen them: the placards on every table in our dining halls hawking EatReal, a student-run organization seeking to advocate for more socially[...]

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The Death and Re-Birth of the Hip-Hop Group

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For much of its early history, hip-hop’s basic unit was the group. The most popular artists of the mid to late 80s, when rap began[...]

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Sexual Assault Clarification

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We are writing in response to the article Oct. 8 Campus article “Report Shows that Sexual Assault Numbers Tripled.” While we think it is important[...]

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Respecting All Identities

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Everyone is anxious on the first day of school. You walk into a new classroom, you scan the room in the hopes you know some people, you pray the syllabus is reasonable, then your professor walks in, starts to take roll and you settle into the swing of it.

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