Opinion

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Last week we learned that Facebook and

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In the midst of the Syrian refugee crisis, I watched helplessly as my aunt and three cousins escaped the turmoil and violence of our motherland in small plastic boats.

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More than four years since the start of the Flint water crisis, thousands of residents still have lead pipes.

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With our stomachs full of popcorn and Buncha Crunch (the best movie snack combination), my brother and I drove home after seeing “On the Basis of Sex,” the story of now-Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg and her history-changing case on gender discrimination as a young attorney

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The art of scamming has been fascinating to me ever since the term “influencer” came to light.

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I used to think I was the only one. The only kid to spend their car rides tearing through books, replacing themselves with the protagonist, stretching and pinching the character until I recognized myself in the reflection.

Chand Rajendra-Nicolucci

“Can’t you just write a program to do this?” is a half-joking question I’m sure most of my computer science peers have received countless times. As computing permeates more and more of our world, we have less of a choice about how it affects us.

Roseanne Chao/Daily

Every New Year’s Day, my timeline is filled with New Year’s resolutions and claims that the next year will be “the very best one yet.” My peers are going to get in shape, eat healthier and study harder. They also, often times, reflect on the geopolitical landscape of the previous year.

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The most basic problem with thinking about candidates in terms of likability is that it prioritizes charisma over a candidate’s policies, temperament, experience, values and vision for the country.

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