BY MICHAEL SPAETH
We’re hurting ourselves by turning sleep into our adversary. We need to embrace sleep and recognize its benefits for our academic success, health and general well being. A good night’s sleep, not an all-nighter, is a true badge of honor.
BY HARSHA NAHATA
Many veterans face difficulty getting in-state tuition after serving overseas. Our military servicemen and women deserve better.
BY EMILY PITTINOS
The solar system, romance and youth won’t wait. Always choose Jupiter.
BY ANDREW ECKHOUS
We can respect our soldiers, and we can salute our soldiers, but we must be cognizant of their actions at all times because when someone has a gun and unfettered protection, their actions resound even more loudly, for better or for worse.
BY KATIE STEEN
Some people might need feminism more than others, and it’s a shame that such a powerful woman like Mayer doesn’t realize this.
BY PAUL SHERMAN
In recent years, the filibuster has been used solely as a roadblock instead of as a tool to raise important questions about legislation or nominations. The destructive nature of the filibuster has been furthered mainly by the creation of the dual-track system.
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