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Wednesday, May 27, 2015

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Maris Harmon: My real education — a spirituality story

BY MARIS HARMON

It’s possible that it won’t be the classes for your major that are embedded deep in your memory, but the classes you took for you.

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Eli Cahan: On impossibilities

BY ELI CAHAN

Conversely, deeming something impossible is a form of creative apathy. It’s a label used to qualify an anomalous phenomenon. It’s a manifestation of intellectual arrogance, a claim that the current framework of comprehension is the right, and the only, one.

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Katie Koziara: A letter to myself on move-in day

BY KATIE KOZIARA

You’re the unedited version of the person you’ll become in the next four years, the first cut of many revisions you’ll make to yourself without even realizing it.

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Eric Kukielka: Keep the Diag clean

BY ERIC KUKIELKA

If they have no crowd, they have no currency and they will quickly move along to the next group of “suckers”. Let them say what they came to say, and then let them leave.

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Sydney Hartle: Just let me know you care

BY SYDNEY HARTLE

Just let me know that you care and that you really hear me. And for the love of God, stop telling me to go to yoga.

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Jesse Klein: Creating a diverse student body

BY JESSE KLEIN

A diverse student body comes in many forms — not just from what state you came from, but also a person’s socioeconomic background.

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Zak Witus: Everything is awesome!!

BY ZAK WITUS

Every day when you walk out the door and someone asks, “How are you?” and you smile, saying, “fine” or “good,” you have had to deny the fact of your discontent to others, and thus denied the fact of it to yourself.

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