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James Brennan: Evaluating WSN

BY JAMES BRENNAN

I have an interest in mental health care, in both definitions of the word “interest.” I find the topic interesting to read about and discuss, and as a person suffering from mental illness, it is in my best interest for these services to be available, affordable and transparent.

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Austin Davis: The cycle

BY AUSTIN DAVIS

Emit had to leave to catch a bus to meet his parole officer. I left our conversation wondering if employers in this city — whose community Emit felt treated him with respect — would respect a parolee enough to give him another shot.

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Derek Wolfe: A conversation with Prof. Brian Coppola

BY DEREK WOLFE

Jan. 16, I sat down with Prof. Brian Coppola for an interview on teaching philosophies. It wasn't my intention to publish the complete recording, but as I say in the above audio, this conversation turned into something much more significant and meaningful. I believe it's worth a listen.

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Eliana Herman: Embrace the cold

BY ELIANA HERMAN

But maybe this trend of avoiding the icy weather isn’t for the best. Now, I’m not saying that we should lay out tanning in the freezing weather, but the freezing quality of nature right now does not take away from its beauty.

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Jenny Wang: The power to express

BY JENNY WANG

When Charlie Hebdo published their magazine covers portraying the Prophet Muhammad, they sent a message to the world beyond merely their views on Islam. They told the world just how much power they, as non-Muslim artists, held.

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Lauren McCarthy: An American classic

BY LAUREN MCCARTHY

The power of the film comes not from its underlying commentary — and I am irritated that critics may be attempting to fabricate some — but instead from its simplicity and focus.

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Eli Cahan: Home-court advantage

BY ELI CAHAN

Mandating comprehensive sexual assault education for all entering college students, including the detailed narratives and experiences of survivors, would supplement this more intimate education.

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