Statement

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If you’re reading this and you believe in something, hold onto that heaven or reincarnation or subjective reality or whatever it is for as long as you can. Losing your religion is like losing everything. I would trade my doubt for your belief any day of the week if I could.

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Despite the formulation of the college admissions process, the most human part of this entire process, and arguably the most important part, is the personal statement. So just like the GPA, the SAT and the extracurriculars, does the personal statement have a coefficient in front of it? Does it have an equation that if satisfied with the right values produces the right results?

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The events that transpired during the Madhani family’s weeklong stay in southeastern Mexico reminded me why, as a rule, we avoid taking extended family vacations too often.

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While I would normally try to defend the listicle’s merits, of which I can count at least three, I recognize that such an attempt would be futile, given that most readers of the Daily probably hate listicles. So, in place of an impassioned defense of the medium, I will provide a heartfelt apology.

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Let's talk about "it."

This week, the Statement looked at how students on campus are getting down. With results from a recent Daily survey of 700 undergrads, we looked to shed light on what's really happening under the sheets around campus. We hope you enjoy the issue.

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Students give their perspective on sex, intimacy, and relationships in college.

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I’m hoping, praying for the wrong thing, misguided in my desires, but it’s all for naught. The name is Muslim-sounding.

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Many students are choosing to abstain, according to a recent Daily survey, in line with national trends.

Engineering senior Tracy Lo and LSA junior Grace Denney on the Diag.
"Coming back is like going from no stress, to endless stress"
 
"It's nice going home as long as my parents don't ask me too many questions. How are you doing with classes? Have you found an internship? Have you found a job?"