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.
BY ELI CAHAN
It’s our prerogative to learn about our medical options in order to carve out the futures we desire for ourselves.
BY ERIC KUKIELKA
In life, there’s only one path that matters, and that’s the one you make for yourself.
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?
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.
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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