BY LARA SLOTNICK
Strangely, what really prompted my involvement in Relay For Life wan't cancer, but rather the absence of cancer in my life.
BY HARSHA NAHATA
Seeing students unite for a cause occurring halfway around the world is a refreshing reminder of the depth of diversity at this school.
BY PATRICK MAILLET
The president’s focus point in his State of the Union was that “We need to out-innovate, out-educate and out-build the rest of the world.” This was Obama’s way of saying: We need to catch up with China.
BY ZACHARY MARTIN
Considering this decreased funding, it’s no wonder that even with record donations, a skyrocketing endowment and painful budget cuts, the regents have raised tuition substantially and repeatedly.
BY SCOTT KURASHIGE
Chaos. Anarchy. Looting. Violence. These are words you associate with any political activity that you want to discredit in the eyes of mainstream America.
BY TIMOTHY HALL
I wish to address two recent developments regarding the smoking ban: the idea of enforcing laws with “peer pressure” and the $240,805 allotted for its implementation.
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