BY JULIA ZARINA
Not valuing being comfortable means becoming overly and personally familiar with the reality that everybody — but seemingly most often, you — will make mistakes all the time; and in turn, it means learning how to appropriately recognize those mistakes.
BY JAKE OFFENHARTZ
Russell Brand and Pope Francis have successfully presented an alternative ideology, and their comments should be taken seriously.
BY KATE LARAMIE
After a nine-month break from school, I felt like I knew what kind of future I wanted to work towards.
BY SARA MOROSI
Growing up in a town of fewer than 4,000 residents, it became very clear to me after stepping foot on this campus that I wasn’t exposed to some of the same opportunities growing up as my peers.
BY LISSA KRYSKA
It’s easy to forget about the stories of individuals when discussing large-scale problems.
BY ZOE STAHL
At the end of the day, it’s a delicate balance — the University must maintain a certain level of funding to ensure it remains a world-class institution. But seeing this vicious cycle, I couldn’t help but ask time and time again: Who is this public university for?
BY EMILY PITTINOS
Ladies, if you’re thinking of starting The Pill, or are going in for a gynecology exam in the future, I recommend keeping your doctor in the examining room until you get answers to any questions you may have, no matter how busy she may seem. Ask about your options, including all the different types of The Pill.
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