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Monday, April 27, 2015

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Columns

Eric Kukielka: Let’s grab a drink

BY ERIC KUKIELKA

It’s people at their worst, people at their best and everything in between. Honestly, it’s humans being human, and it’s a great thing to be a part of.

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Sydney Hartle: Why I'm tired

BY SYDNEY HARTLE

Ah. Daylight saving time. Winding the clocks forward is an annual source of annoyance for me, one that does not get easier with experience. The older I get, the less sense it makes. Why am I subjecting myself to an hour less of sleep?

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Lauren Richmond: Seven steps to Spring Breaking under $700

BY LAUREN RICHMOND

It’s the most annoying time of the year, thanks to Facebook. Spring technically doesn’t start until the 20, and yet as we scroll down our news feeds, it’s clear that here at the University, vacation photo uploading season has officially begun.

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Zak Witus: "The responsibility of intellectuals"

BY ZAK WITUS

It is the responsibility of intellectuals to offer people an alternative to the propaganda perpetuated by our politicians and the pious portion of the intellectual community. In short, it is the responsibility of intellectuals to dissent.

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Victoria Noble: Protecting personal privacy

BY VICTORIA NOBLE

The way I see it, we’re at a crossroads. As we grow more reliant on digital technology, we open more avenues to share information — about ourselves and others — that might’ve otherwise been private.

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Abby Taskier: My grandmother's memoirs

BY ABBY TASKIER

Over the past semester break, I decided to read my grandmother’s memoirs — an unpublished spiral notebook consisting of 150 pages, documenting her upbringing in Romania, France and Mexico.

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David Harris: Stories

BY DAVID HARRIS

This is the crux of it all, that somewhere stories connect, personally or interpersonally, physically or metaphorically. Stories as silly as ones of cafeteria trays and squirrels, as serious as ones of childhood dreams and of loss.

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