BY MELANIE KRUVELIS
The journey from State Street to East Stadium Boulevard isn’t simply filled with students looking for a break from biology class, alumni looking to reminisce or red plastic cups. It’s a stage for fanatics from all walks of life to show their true colors, which are, conveniently enough, maize and blue.
BY WILL GRUNDLER
As college students these days, we don’t have to bother with a lot of things like we did in the past, like polio. So why should we bother with exams? It’s a troubling question.
BY ALEX BILES
I have two words for those of you up in arms about the new CVS construction: Stop whining.
BY JEREMY LEVY
Drinking among college-aged kids isn’t an epidemic, as some public officials want us to believe. It’s just normal.
BY PATRICK O'MAHEN
Can we please stop this whole nonsense that running a successful business gives you special insights into how to govern that non-business people lack?
BY JOE SUGIYAMA
Though many students feel as though they are alone in their plight, according to the annual National College Health Assessment — conducted by the American College Health Association — about 86 percent of students also feel overwhelmed by the pressures of college life.
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