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Saturday, August 1, 2015

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Abby Taskier: Examining race-based attraction

BY ABBY TASKIER

So, here is the pivotal question: Is race-based attraction inherent, or is it informed by the racial associations that permeate our culture so deeply?

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Michael Schramm: Learning about #Grexit

BY MICHAEL SCHRAMM

If the entire international population held a mostly unified stance, I believe it’d be possible to have a stance on an issue that could deeply impact you.

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Melissa Scholke: A problematic "Girl Crush" on country music

BY MELISSA SCHOLKE

The entire point of creative expression, whether in form of writing, artwork or song, is to encompass and celebrate the entirety of experiences available to humanity.

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Rabab Jafri: Not a damsel in distress

BY RABAB JAFRI

In my eyes there’s nothing more liberating than the feeling I get when I wear my hijab.

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James Brennan: To be Malcolm X

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.

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Karen Hua: I can sleep when I'm dead

BY KAREN HUA

Old habits die hard, or not at all.

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Austin Davis: The dealer, the supplier and the addict

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.

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