Opinion

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Lest we forget

On Wednesday, April 20, Tim Hetherington, a highly decorated photojournalist and war photographer was tragically killed while photographing the front lines in the city of Misrata during Libya’s ongoing civil war. A mortar, or rocket propelled grenade, fired by pro-Qaddafi forces exploded in the vicinity of a group of photographers […]

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Think before speaking

Recent events on campus have spurred much discussion about free speech and, more particularly, the limits thereof. At a recent soundings event, 28-year-old James Cote spoke out during a question-and-answer session, stating that, “Every single person in political power at this point should be taken out.” He went on to […]

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Choose your roomate wisely

Room selection time is just around the corner and many students are frantically trying to decide roommate arrangements for next year. It’s no small decision, and it’s one that my friends and I have been trying to make for about a month already with no solution. Which friend should I […]

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Kudos to Pink in the Rink

The most important thing the women’s hockey team has done for the past two years is to raise money and awareness for breast cancer research. They started what will most likely become an annual tradition last year with the first Pink the Rink event, which helped raise more than $6,000 […]

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Seniors reflect on progression

Everyone comes in to college with a different mindset. Some can't wait to leave high school behind. Some can't wait to escape their family and finally be on their own and some just want new and different experiences. Me? I was all of the above. In high school, I had […]