BY RABAB JAFRI
In my eyes there’s nothing more liberating than the feeling I get when I wear my hijab.
BY JAMES BRENNAN
Just like I’ll never get super powers, I will likely never be a Malcolm X or a Tom Hayden. But there are stories to be told, and I enjoy writing them.
BY AUSTIN DAVIS
The University is akin to a drug dealer. The high is so intense and euphoric from just a first sample of his product that you’re instantly hooked.
BY SARA SHAMASKIN
To you out there who is a part of a group on campus, be thankful that you are a member and realize what you have gained from such a group. If you are still searching for your group, keep looking.
BY JENNY WANG
To be seen as racist — to be outed for making an ignorant remark pertaining to race — now stands as one of the most shameful labels we can carry.
BY ELIANA HERMAN
From taking a variety of history, literature and even philosophy classes (yes, I’m that kind of student, no regrets), I’ve learned that most issues in society arise because people cannot create a universal definition for a majority of words.
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