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Column: Seize opportunity to rebuild politics

Column: Seize opportunity to rebuild politics

هل الاستثمار في الذهب مربح In a few days, there will be an election. And if you’re a college student, like most readers of this fine newspaper are, then I already probably know how you feel about this election.

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Column: NFL fosters toxic culture

Column: NFL fosters toxic culture

الخيارات الثنائية ينظم في أستراليا The NFL thinks smoking weed and shady gamesmanship are worse offenses than making your wife’s life a living hell.

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by × October 27, 2016 × 1 comment

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Column: Student activism should be promoted

Column: Student activism should be promoted

موقع تداول سعودي There was no way not to notice DivestNU. The student group spent nearly two weeks stationed in the heart of campus, with tents dominating Centennial Common.

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by × October 19, 2016 × 0 comments

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Gwen Schanker, Editorial Columnist

Column: Learning what it’s like to be a scientist

jobba hemifrån i spanien As a double major in journalism and biology, I have exposure to many different types of Northeastern courses that can essentially be broken down into two categories: Paper-oriented, deep-thinking, comfort-zone-expanding journalism classes and conceptual, complex biology classes interspersed with exams.

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by × October 13, 2016 × 3 comments

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Gwen Schanker, Editorial Columnist

Column: Reframe climate change as a complex issue

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by × October 6, 2016 × 4 comments

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Column: Time to explore Roxbury

Column: Time to explore Roxbury

zarabiać pieniądze When was the last time you walked through Ruggles? Maybe it was an hour ago, when you went to get lunch at International Village (IV), or maybe it was a couple days ago when you visited a friend in one of the Davenports.

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by × September 29, 2016 × 1 comment

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Column: Facts, differing perspectives necessary for political engagement

Column: Facts, differing perspectives necessary for political engagement

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أجعل أموالك تعمل من أجلك But then came Donald Trump.

by × September 21, 2016 × 1 comment

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Gwen Schanker, Editorial Columnist

Column: Ladies need STEM mentors

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by × September 15, 2016 × 3 comments

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Column: Trigger warnings support freedom of speech

Column: Trigger warnings support freedom of speech

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by × September 7, 2016 × 2 comments

Columns, Opinion, Political Blog

Column: Bernie or Bust could help Trump

Column: Bernie or Bust could help Trump

دورة تداول الفوركس المجاني You are on a boat. Its captain brings everyone on deck together and makes an announcement. As the leader of the boat, the captain has set a course for the foreseeable future. However, some of your fellow passengers are unhappy about the direction the captain has chosen for the vessel. It is about 20 degrees off the direction they hoped to go in—and they are pissed. And that’s fine. People disagree; people have opinions they feel strongly about. That is simply a fact of life. But the people unhappy with the captain’s decision decide this simply won’t do.

by × August 3, 2016 × 428 comments