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Friday, March 6, 2015

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Abby Taskier: My grandmother's memoirs

BY ABBY TASKIER

Over the past semester break, I decided to read my grandmother’s memoirs — an unpublished spiral notebook consisting of 150 pages, documenting her upbringing in Romania, France and Mexico.

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David Harris: Stories

BY DAVID HARRIS

This is the crux of it all, that somewhere stories connect, personally or interpersonally, physically or metaphorically. Stories as silly as ones of cafeteria trays and squirrels, as serious as ones of childhood dreams and of loss.

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Viewpoint: Ending victim blaming

BY ANNA POLUMBO-LEVY

This isn’t just a national issue perpetrated by lawmakers and law enforcers; this is an issue that must be addressed at local levels such as the University.

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Maris Harmon: Rejecting virginity

BY MARIS HARMON

Virginity is based around shame — either shame that you still have it, or shame that you “lost” it.

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Rabab Jafri: Stand with me

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BY RABAB JAFRI

The only way to combat these hate-crimes is to stand up against them regardless of the victim.

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Melissa Scholke: Eating disorder misconceptions

BY MELISSA SCHOLKE

Raising awareness, learning more about diverse populations affected and understanding symptoms can help in removing inhibiting stigmas and allowing people to begin to view their bodies outside of restricting, incorrect idealizations.

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James Brennan: The names they carry

BY JAMES BRENNAN

The public policy school is not about to change its name, nor are any of these other institutions in question. But shouldn’t there be more debate on who deserves to have their name adorn our University?

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