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Steroid use should bear harsher consquences

While a season-long suspension may seem harsh, the punishment is not nearly harsh enough to deter other players from using steroids. ...


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'Real' women aren't retouched

Instead of focusing on trying to get women to stop obsessing over being too thin or too curvy, media should instead push the message that body type does not determine a woman’s, ...


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Immortality may not be far off

What is life without death lurking at the end of it? It’s still life, and a life free of the constant anxieties associated with running out of time. ...


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Disney Channel has changed for the worse

The difference between this generation’s Disney Channel and ours is essentially a holistic plot twist in the majority of their series, where the characters “get away with ‘it,’” as opposed to the ...


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A year in review from Opinion Editor Michael Snow

A central piece in fulfilling our aspiration to be the voice of the student body involves you, the reader. ...


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Media portrayals hide holiday's meaning

This is a new year we’re being blessed with. Let’s make the most of it. ...


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Choosing a major is hard work at BU

Should a job’s salary be more important than the student’s interest? ...


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Students think in different ways, test them accordingly

Accommodations such as extra time ... are thought to equalize the playing field, but in many cases they are not enough. ...


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Don't dis it until you've tried it

The sex industry is something that's surrounded by a lot of ignorance. ...


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There's much more to college than getting good grades

The system is inherently flawed, and we are constantly placed under intense amounts of stress working toward grades that don’t always result in something tangible. ...