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.
BY JAMES BRENNAN
What the news also conveniently forgets are the stories of African-American men who have made mistakes and are working tirelessly to break away from the life that the media seems to believe is their only option.
BY HARSHA NAHATA
At the end of the day, while the dining halls are the primary source of meals for students living in the dorms, they aren’t the only source. For students who don’t eat in the dining halls as much, this new policy takes away flexibility and choice that students used to have.
BY ZEINAB KHALIL
The “minority” term erases the specific narratives of different communities of color.
BY PATRICK MAILLET
Patty was diagnosed with advanced-stage brain cancer. And she doesn't have health insurance.
BY MAURA LEVINE
While others may say that these websites are “all in good fun” or are untouchable because of freedom of speech, it does not change the fact that their backwardness is harming society. By constantly gaining popularity for talking about women negatively, some part of their mentality seeps into society’s consciousness.
BY JAKE OFFENHARTZ
There is no justification for this calamitous destruction, and no apology should be issued for a policy that harms innocent people. The enduring existence of the Cuban embargo is unacceptable, and its abolition is long overdue.
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