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Sunday, April 26, 2015

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Katie Koziara: How to never leave college

BY KATIE KOZIARA

After last-ditch efforts to “forget” to sign up for classes I need to graduate failed, I face an almost certain catapult into the real world incredibly soon. But I decided that’s tolerable because I devised foolproof ways to never really give up college.

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Eli Cahan: Tomb Raider, doom evader

BY ELI CAHAN

It’s our prerogative to learn about our medical options in order to carve out the futures we desire for ourselves.

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Eric Kukielka: The joys of trailblazing

BY ERIC KUKIELKA

In life, there’s only one path that matters, and that’s the one you make for yourself.

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Michael Schramm: Little green planets

BY MICHAEL SCHRAMM

Why do I commit myself to attending these parties at places where I clearly don’t belong? Why do I convince myself that I’m having fun to justify attending again?

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Victoria Noble: Isn't that a song already?

BY VICTORIA NOBLE

Regardless of opposing pressure from music industry behemoths, it’s essential that Congress amend the Copyright Act to include a precise, but permissive provision defining what constitutes a sample.

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Zak Witus: Why we enjoy social media

BY ZAK WITUS

We enjoy social media because it offers us a stable, sterile, prefabricated virtual reality through which we can “peep” on other stable, sterile, prefab “people” or users.

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Abby Taskier: The PC trend

BY ABBY TASKIER

In this day and age, social awareness seems to have become a status symbol. All over the internet, people post comments on media platforms that attempt to highlight an author’s lack of political correctness.

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