BY LIBBY ASHTON
I think that if we made an effort to treat others with respect rather than to meet their words with tolerance, we’d achieve a much greater understanding of one another and ourselves.
BY DAR-WEI CHEN
Does Cain’s “brainwashed” theory make sense?
BY JOE SUGIYAMA
A failure in the Keystone XL extension would undoubtedly have a significant impact on the acute region where the spill occurs, but the State Department is certain that an oil spill would not have a devastating effect on the entire aquifer systems.
BY HARSHA NAHATA
I am pro-choice. But regardless of my personal beliefs, my problem with the protestors in the Diag wasn’t their stance, but how they chose to portray that stance.
BY MATTHEW GREEN
It’s not a groundbreaking observation that random hookups are commonplace on this campus. Many students accept meaningless hookups as the rule, with relationships as the exception.
BY MICHELLE DEWITT
While Facebook executives like Mark Zuckerberg are enthused about the changes to come and view them as a logical progression for the site, I can’t help but wonder about the societal implications of putting virtually every aspect of life online.
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