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The way a person dresses is none of your business

How you dress or who you sleep with shouldn’t be a big deal to anyone but you. ...


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Educational focus narrows after graduation

This is the prospect that many of us students face as we begin to face the prospects of real life. It doesn’t matter what you’re doing after graduation: going to grad school, ...


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Vaccination should be mandatory for all

The vaccination debate is a classic example of the “tragedy of the commons” scenario. ...


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[re]BOLD initiative bolsters community pride

We are all stakeholders in bridging the gap, and Man One has the charisma to reach across. ...


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United Arab Emirates nightlife and idyllic scenery conceal human rights violations

For every rich person in the UAE, there are many slaves. Unfortunately, one person’s paradise often makes another’s hell. ...


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Unlikely allies join the NSA fight

The U.S. has plenty to gain through reform of surveillance programs, but much more to lose through inaction. ...


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Sans facts, missing plane conspiracy theories abound

As human beings, we are absolutely terrified by the unknown. And death is the biggest unknown there is. ...


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Common core stifles classroom freedom

Taking control of the classroom is the government’s way of saying they do not trust teachers to teach. ...


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Extraterrestrial life isn't all that crazy

We must stop limiting our imaginations to the dimensions we perceive with our human brains. ...


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Popular @SUNYPartyStory account paints us in an ugly light

And now I come to the worst offender: a picture of a puppy doing a keg stand. ...