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Public response to Ebola is the real danger

It is our duty to separate out the facts from hyperbole and make wise decisions based on the expertise of our medical system. ...


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Fame does not qualify teens as role models

Why is it acceptable to compare young business prodigies, amazingly talented athletes, social activists or local Nobel Peace Prize winners to Vine celebrities like Nash Grier, the irrelevant Jaden Smith, or the ...


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Local foods vital in the fight for sustainability

When we support local food, we build a network of regional interdependence. This alleviates our dependence on corporate providers that have degraded too many American communities. ...


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A vote for Starzak is a vote for reform

As a former Binghamton University graduate student, Starzak recognizes the importance of advocating for a budget and policies that reduce the costs of public education for students. ...


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Congress must act on ISIS despite political reprecussions

Worse still, their failure to debate is not a product of the usual dysfunction in Congress; it is by design. ...


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Comedy places important political issues under the spot light

You are more likely to remember a joke that made you laugh rather than a dry statement which evokes no emotion. ...


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The ICC doesn't unfairly target African nations

Many African nations and individuals were heavily involved with the court at the time of its founding and many still are today. ...


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Explore your spooky side with these risque Halloween role play tips

Role play can potentially liven up a bedroom or freak out your partner and force your relationship to come to a screeching halt. ...


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American hysteria over Ebola is misinformed

The epidemic in America is not Ebola, it's fear. ...


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Full acceptance of LGBTQ community requires us to transcend labels

Perhaps, homosexuals are easier to understand because we have a strong desire to label ourselves into neat little boxes. ...