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It’s Affirmative: Yes Means Yes

Juliet Carter highlights the importance of teaching consent at a young age.
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Group or Individual Therapy — It Depends On You!

Jasmine Feng details her experiences with individual and group therapy and issues an important reminder that it does get better.
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The Best Education That Money Can Buy Isn’t Really the Best

Katherine Swartz takes a lens to the flawed college admissions process following the revelation that wealthy parents bribed their childrens' ways into elite universities.
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Ask AJ: Affairs of the Heart and Other Parts

From grooming to gamophobia, AJ tackles your most pressing questions.
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Flesh Prison: What Do You Call Yours?

In her inaugural Flesh Prison column, Kat Chen discusses the importance that names take in our lives and bodies.
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Not Your Exotic Babe: Navigating I.V. As Ethnically Ambiguous

Anna Roy breaks down why pickup lines that fetishize ethnic ambiguity are creepy, not cute.
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Argument in the Office: Are Beauty Pageants Feminist or Flawed?

Joshen Mantai and Emily Hickingbottom debate the value of beauty pageants in today's society. Are they testaments to the feminist movement, or are they holding women back in the era of #MeToo?
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Honestly, Honesty is Easier

Emily Smith extolls the virtues of being honest with her parents and the role that plays in fostering healthy relationships.
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Healthcare in College is a Total Headache

Opinion Editor Hannah Jackson dissects the difficulty of dealing with medical side effects while also being a full-time student.
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Perfect But Passive: The Problem With the ‘Model Minority’

Annabel Li breaks down the myth of the model minority.
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In Defense of Dutch Directness

Britt de Visser argues that we should take a page out the Dutch's books and try being more straightforward in our daily interactions.
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Ask AJ: Coffee and Cunnilingus

AJ offers advice on how to navigate the intricacies of oral sex to shooting your shot with a coffee shop cutie.
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Who Wants Free Money?

Annabel Li examines the potential impact that Universal Basic Income could have on college students.
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Great Sexpectations

Max Hampton issues an important reminder that consent is always sexy!
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The Game of Life: Why You Should Play By Your Own Rules

Calista Liu meditates on the importance of measuring success by your own terms.
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