BY VICTORIA NOBLE
So if you think you might benefit from an appointment at CAPS, please make one. It’s not a sign of weakness, lack of capability or abnormality — it’s a resource. And though they may not want to discuss it, many of your peers are using it, too.
BY MARIS HARMON
The fight is not over, and while we ponder the real ingredients in the artificially buttered popcorn of our dark movie theater, we must also ponder the "Selma" of today. Selma is now.
BY DAVID HARRIS
Every day I still walk through campus and stare at the squirrels, forever in awe that however round they may be, they can still scurry up and down trees. Some things just have to be experienced and left unexplainable, perhaps something even as inconsequential as our squirrels.
BY MELISSA SCHOLKE
Levels of intelligence are expressed by a variation of degrees; no one type is superior. Rather than using intelligence to create boundaries for ourselves, society should revel in the intellectual diversity of each individual.
BY MICHAEL SCHRAMM
Please, don’t leave a blank space in my memories where 1989 should go.
BY RABAB JAFRI
In the long term, getting people off the streets and into affordable housing is ideal, but the transition out of homelessness is very difficult. If given help to get through the winter, at least they will have a chance at survival.
BY DANI VIGNOS
I’m staring at a postcard my mom wrote me when I was in a freshman spell of sadness. Its says, “What would you attempt to do if you knew you could not fail?” If you are able, try to answer this question and do nothing short of that.
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