BY ERIC KUKIELKA
Closing the Athletic Department would prove exactly how serious the University is about protecting its students and upholding the integrity of the institution.
BY KATHERINE KOZIARA
These are the moments that make college more than just a collection of classes and clubs. I don’t want to forget them.
BY WILLIE FILKOWSKI
I don’t know about being a columnist, too many deadlines
BY LAUREN RICHMOND
I’ll never forget my first love. Our eyes first met when I was 17 and extremely impressionable. She was seven, but the age difference didn’t seem to matter. Her skin was velvet, her body was the color of the Gulf of Mexico and she had a moon roof that seemed to extend for days.
BY SYDNEY HARTLE
Sick days were a strategy, and my sickness was managed like clockwork: I would be late to school on Fridays to sleep off my migraines, and I would leave school early whenever there was a disease floating around. It probably looked a little too neat.
BY JESSE KLEIN
Many of my friends from California are in some type of open relationship. Because many of my friends go to school out of state, they live their lives four months at a time. For the four months they are in the same town as their significant other, whether it is home or college, they are monogamous, but as soon as they are a plane ride away, the commitment becomes more relaxed.
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