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College or: How I Learned To Stop Worrying and Just Enjoy It

Jay Grafft's final article for the Daily Nexus.
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Is Gluten-Free Really the Best Way To Be?

While Celiac disease is very much real, Jay Grafft wonders if non-sufferers are overdoing the "gluten-free" lifestyle.
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Caffeine: A Love-Hate Affair

We know that coffee is your best friend during Midterm Week, but here's why you shouldn't take that relationship to the next step.
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Uncorked: The Truth About Wine

Columnist Jay Grafft explains his skepticism regarding wine culture.
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Talkin ‘Bout My Generation

Columnist Jay Grafft appeals to his fellow millenials.
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Deltopia: Pointing Fingers Gets Us Nowhere

Jay Grafft explores this year's Deltopia fiasco.
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Biting the Hand That Writes

An argument for introducing computers into the classroom.
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Daylight Saving: Wasting Our Time

This week, we'll be turning our clocks forward ... but ... why?
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Using Common Cents

Seriously guys, what is the point of the penny?
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The President is Not Always to Blame

Columnist Jay Grafft explains why it is misleading to think of the president as the most powerful person in the world.
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The Diamond Problem

Jay Grafft explains why diamonds seem much less beautiful after you think about where they come from.
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Our Friend Fluoride

Columnist Jay Grafft explains that Fluoride is more friend than foe.
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Time for Expiration Dates to Expire

"Apparent Reason" wants you to think twice before you toss those expired foods out of your fridge.
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Get Your Shot of Reason

Jay Grafft explains why the benefits of vaccinations outweigh the potential negatives.
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Increase the A’s, Lower the Zzz’s

Jay Grafft is solving America's education problems, one step at a time.
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