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An original poem by LSA Senior Cammie Finch.

An original poem by LSA Senior Gavin Gao.

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An original poem by LSA Senior Cammie Finch.

Senior Michael Strathern finds his grip as he prepares to compete on the still rings against Oklahoma on January 23, 2016.

When photographing a sporting event, there are always more things going on than the game or meet themselves. Members of photostaff captured these moments in the realms of gymnastics, basketball, baseball and football. 

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I was 16 years old when my son was born. And I remember, clear as day, sitting in that hospital room and holding him for the first time. The smile would not leave my lips, and my eyes could not be bothered to remain dry.

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The "Ulysses" marathon reading in John Whittier-Ferguson's James Joyce class began 25 years ago, and since its inception it has been a campus fixture.

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Traditionally, I’ve attributed corporate America’s gender gap to a history of sexism and social barriers both in the office and at home. But what if women aren’t achieving their goals largely because of themselves?

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Word vomit plagues me, and I suffer from an almost critical case.

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Why are we women always trying to shed our femininity? Why are success and being female at odds?