BY CARLINA DUAN
When I was eleven, I was called a Chink by three boys at a water park. I was wearing my favorite blue Nike suit, had just gotten my first period a month before, and adored my fish tank of silver guppies, which swam mercilessly back and forth through a sleeve of cool water each night.
BY ALEXANDER YALDO
Why do I give up countless hours per week for such a taxing responsibility? Why am I in the office sending e-mails when I could be at Charley’s enjoying a fishbowl with my friends?! The answer is simple: I believe deeply in the cause that my student organization represents.
BY MARYKATE WINN
While the Bechdel Test is an incredibly low standard for a movie to uphold, many movies that appear on award show nomination lists this year fail to pass.
BY DEREK MAGILL AND CODY CHIPMAN
If all schools of thought are not more equally represented, many students may never encounter them in a fair setting. For a university that prides itself on its supposed liberal values, this is unacceptable.
BY MARY BRIDGET LEE
From the skyrocketing cost of college to the importance of raising the minimum wage, the vision the president laid out last night is distinctly American — infused with the optimism and pragmatism that has always kept our nation moving forward.
BY TAYLOR NORTON
Please join the I Will Team on Friday, Jan. 31 at 2:30 p.m. at Amer’s on Church Street for a conversation about the evolving Gibbons separation and Obama’s newly formed task force. We’re done with the silence. We’ll be there.
BY CHIRAPON WANGWONGWIROJ
While some may rejoice at this choice, I receive the news lukewarmly. This is not because I doubt President-elect Schlissel’s qualifications, but rather because I am disappointed at how the selection committee simply played it safe.
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