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.
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.
BY DAVID HARRIS
There may be three games left to go, and the month of March has already come and gone, but without a doubt, I was not a winner of March Madness.
BY ABBY TASKIER
So, here is the pivotal question: Is race-based attraction inherent, or is it informed by the racial associations that permeate our culture so deeply?
BY MICHAEL SCHRAMM
If the entire international population held a mostly unified stance, I believe it’d be possible to have a stance on an issue that could deeply impact you.
BY MELISSA SCHOLKE
The entire point of creative expression, whether in form of writing, artwork or song, is to encompass and celebrate the entirety of experiences available to humanity.
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