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Argument in the Office: Is “Attack on Titan” Worth the Hype?

Staff writers Christine Tu and Hayson Tasher duke it out over the merits of the tv show "Attack on Titan."
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Violence Breeds Violence: How Rhetoric and Coverage Reveal Similarities Between US and Myanmar

Toni Shindler-Ruberg talks about the coup in Myanmar and its similarities to the American Capitol Attack.
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Friend or Foe: Parent Edition

Kiana Perez-Granados unpacks the harmful consequences of strict parenting, urging parents to instead encourage independence and agency in their children.
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The Struggles of Applying to Law School During a Pandemic

Surya Swaroop details her unique experience with pandemic-era law school applications, unpacking the inevitable numbness from reliance on outdated ranking systems.
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Shower Thoughts

Maya Salem explores the unique space the shower provides for introspection and a deserved break from everyday life.
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We Need Noncitizen Suffrage

Eric Heilmann lays out the reasons why non-citizens should be able to vote in this country.
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Invisible Walls

Nicholas Liu unpacks President Biden's new cabinet picks and their potential for future political action.
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The Death By 1000 Cuts: How the Failure of Prop. 16 Will Kill Affirmative Action

Nathan Lee highlights the fragility of affirmative action in the aftermath of Prop. 16's failure to pass in California.
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How Ted Cruz Failed … Twice

Christine Tu critiques the recent actions of Senator Ted Cruz as foolishly irresponsible and outlines their potential implications for future reelection.
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Pandemic-Era Rule Changes Should Usher in a New Era for Awards Shows

Katie Caracciolo unpacks the changing environment of awards shows amidst a pandemic ultimately devoid of the traditional movie-going experience.
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A Challenger to the Dick Doodle

Kylie McCreary highlights the need for more doodled vaginas in public spaces.
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Learning How Money Talks in Video Games

Kenneth Moody reflects on his experiences with video games and talks about wanting to control where his money goes.
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A Call to Increase Diversity in Classrooms — Beyond S.T.E.M.

Sophia Lovell points outa. lack of diversity in the philosophy major and argues for the need for more minority racial and gender voices in social science classrooms.
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From Sneakers to Life Purpose: Discussing Gen-Z’s Struggle with Indecision

Kylie McCreary highlights Gen Z's everlasting struggle to choose between what seems to be simply too many options.
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Argument in the Office: Resolutions — Should we leave them in 2020?

Sophia Lovell and Toni Shindler-Ruberg examine the pros and cons of setting resolutions for the new year.
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