BY BRITTANY SMITH
MESA is raising awareness by providing a weekly sexually transmitted disease testing service in their office, and they are also helping students find their voice once they know what to say.
BY JARED SZUBA
After almost nine years since the invasion, the “war for oil” myth still stands as the most popularly accepted conspiracy theory in American history.
BY CAITLYN KNOERR
The most-watched televised sporting event in America is the Super Bowl. Known for being a Sunday that annually celebrates watching one of the nation’s favorite pastimes, this year’s Super Bowl commercial entertainment publicized the ugly side of the nation’s history: racism. During one of the locally televised commercial breaks, U.S.
BY JESSE KLEIN
Something needs to change so students in every section have the same chance at getting an A, B or C.
BY DANIEL HOFFMANN
Facebook is going public. The scrappy little start-up born in a Harvard dorm room in 2004 is now estimated to be worth $100 billion. In just eight years, the company has built a user base that is nearly three times the size of the population of the United States. Facebook is one of the world’s most widely recognized brands and has become a significant part of our social lexicon.
BY SHARIK BASHIR
In Pakistan, the War on Terror seems more like Pakistan’s war than America’s
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