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Media mayhem divides and misleads us

Though politicians receive more power from enabling such a division, the media is there to profit from it. My advice? Stop buying into their game. ...


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Ticketmaster rips off artists

In order to reduce ticket prices for its fans, Pearl Jam decided to boycott. ...


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Students' spending power can shift Downtown revival efforts

The primary onus is on us as spoiled Long Island college kids with Doctor Daddy- and Lawyer Mommy-sponsored bank accounts. ...


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Whether you imbibe or drive, your attitude is what counts

Unless people know why you’re not drinking, they will consider it unusual. ...


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John Boehner doesn't speak for me

It is time to stand against being Boehned again. ...


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It's not easy being healthy at BU

While I lived on campus, I found it slightly off-putting that a fruit salad cost me $5 on my meal plan, but a hamburger or a slice of pizza cost around $1 ...


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Slut shaming should be no more

Men are allowed — encouraged, in fact — to have multiple sexual partners and explore their sexuality. Women, on the other hand, are expected to be better behaved. ...


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Bad relationships take many shapes

Your significant other shouldn’t have to change if he or she was upfront and honest with you from the get-go. ...


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Government shutdown's end delivers tough lessons

It’s not too late for America to save itself from ceding world leadership to another country. ...


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Don't rush to join a frat just yet

Fraternities become the disguise that students use to recreate themselves into what they presume is a better and more socially acceptable person in order to escape the loneliness of being a new ...