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Monday, April 27, 2015

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Sara Shamaskin: Between the sheets

BY SARA SHAMASKIN

By putting extra societal blame on those who are either just finding out or are living with a sexually transmitted infection, it only makes the process of living that much more difficult.

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Melissa Scholke: Continually teaching consent

BY MELISSA SCHOLKE

Consent must not remain an issue we solely view in hindsight. We need to correct the current state of consent education and extend it to younger generations who can assist in breaking the cycle of sexual assaults.

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Zak Witus: UMix controversy is about power, not free speech

BY ZAK WITUS

When power stops responding to challenges to it by dissidents, that’s when hope is lost. Now is the time to keep resisting.

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Trip Brennan: No boys allowed

BY TRIP BRENNAN

Far too many of my female friends have been raped, sexually assaulted or beaten — not by men, but by boys. Boys who want to prove something or fill some alcohol-soaked gap in their soul. Boys like me who have gone one step further.

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Karen Hua: Boston Strong does not mean death

BY KAREN HUA

Just days before this year’s marathon, we must remember that life in prison is not a mitigation of punishment — it’s just morality.

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Austin Davis: Examining "American Sniper"

BY AUSTIN DAVIS

Thus, the familiarity of Kyle’s views is probably why so many from the ultra-patriotic camp absolutely love Kyle and the film. Furthermore, the narrow, one-sided depiction of the war via Kyle’s perspective is why so many hate the film, condemn it even as pro-war propaganda.

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Victoria Noble: More than the movie

BY VICTORIA NOBLE

The University has made up its mind on the movie, but this issue was never really about the movie. Rather, it’s about determining the type of school we want to live and learn at.

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