Argument in the Office

Argument in the Office: Traveling with Coronavirus — 2020’s Heaviest Carry-on

Nathaniel Ramirez and Megan Ramsey discuss whether you should go traveling during the coronavirus pandemic.
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Argument in the Office: Characters Are Only as Real as Their Flaws — And How They Choose To Address Them

Emily Kocis and Atmika Iyer discuss whether their favorite fictional characters' flaws are ultimately what make them lovably relatable or instead set a dangerous standard.
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Argument in the Office: Where Should You Live This Fall Quarter?

Christine Tu and Melody Chen get into where you should think about living this Fall Quarter and why.
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Argument in the Office: Covid Crushin’: Ditch Your S.O. or Stay a Simp

Opinion editors, Emily Kocis and Melanie Ziment debate whether or not the pandemic has killed off the turkey drop.
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Argument in the Office: Should You Get Married During College?

Do you need to walk across the graduation stage before you walk down the aisle? Joshen Mantai and Sara Rubin battle it out.
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Argument in the Office: NorCal vs. SoCal

Veronica Vo and Marko Ristic battle over which Cal is the best.
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Argument in the Office: Can George Bush and Ellen Really Be Friends?

Tali Braun and Jordan Curiel weigh in on the odd couple that took social media by storm.
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Argument in the Office: Is Barefooting Acceptable?

Simon Ahrens and Katherine Chen confront the greatest controversy of our time: the practice of public barefootery.
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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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Argument in the Office: Quarter vs. Semester System

Carla Wenzel and Autumn Murphy consider the pros and cons of the two education systems.
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Argument in the Office: Genuine Feminism, or Just for Profits?

Opinion Editors Hannah Jackson and Laurel Rinehart debate whether Urban Outfitters' line of sex products is a feminist accomplishment or a ploy for profit.
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Argument in the Office: Tattoos in the Workplace

Aryana Kamelian and Melanie Ziment debate the value of tattoos in the workplace and whether or not employers should be able to discriminate against tattooed applicants.
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Argument in the Office: The Merits of Read Receipts

Opinion writers Ally McCulloch and Simon Ahrens face off on the societal value of read receipts.
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Argument in the Office: Are Celebrities Obligated to ‘Speak Now’ On Politics?

Opinion editors Laurel Rinehart and Harper Lambert discuss Taylor Swift's political Instagram post and debate the role of celebrities in civic discourse.
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Argument in the Office: The Ethics of Infidelity

Is cheating an unforgivable violation or an understandable human error? Aryana Kamelian and Konrad Neithercutt present both sides of the story.
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