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Wednesday, March 4, 2015

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Columns

Karen Hua: The negative that prevails

BY KAREN HUA

To form a complete and balanced view of any subject, the negative information presented must be coupled with the good. We must read enlightening responses along with the articles we spite.

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Dani Vignos: A little piece of non-advice

BY DANI VIGNOS

When I am asking for advice, I am asking someone to help pick my mind, to ask me questions that will lead me to make the best decision for me. I am not really asking what would you do, but rather I am saying, “Can you ask me about things I should consider or weigh in my own decision making process?”

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Austin Davis: A societal moment

BY AUSTIN DAVIS

Having the liberty to choose whom I’d like to marry won’t dissipate the anxiety with which I’m fettered while walking down the street with my boyfriend. Allowing us to marry won’t make the stares I get when going in for a kiss any less frightening.

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Sara Shamaskin: A friendly note to seniors

BY SARA SHAMASKIN

But why wait? Start now. Don’t just hold off on getting rid of these damaging people. Start phasing them out or just let them know to their face. You do not need them in your life if they are only causing you grief.

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Michael Schramm: Using "Relative wealth" for change

BY MICHAEL SCHRAMM

I don’t want this conversation to end with a hateful flicker into the wind. Let’s take this energy and turn it into an opportunity to educate and change our campus’ culture.

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Eliana Herman: Revisiting vegetarianism

BY ELIANA HERMAN

I would be lying if I said I have taken up vegetarianism again — I’m still in the early stages of contemplating this life change and forgetting that I want to make this change and eating a ham-and-cheese sandwich.

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Katie Koziara: The Recent Grad

BY KATIE KOZIARA

The similarities between “The Bachelor” and the process almost every student goes through while looking for a job are fairly significant.

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