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Activism and cynicism
2 years ago

Activism and cynicism

The Labor Day weekend is one of those perfect long weekends when the gas prices are down and the weight of the semester hasn’t started yet. Fall isn’t quite here …
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Immigration is the new anti-imperialism
2 years ago

Immigration is the new anti-imperialism

It’s your second week back Comets and you’ve been to the luau and the ethnic breakfasts. The Korean Student Association had its mixer last week, you’re going to watch “India’s …
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Don’t be like Greece…
2 years ago

Don’t be like Greece…

Some of you are excited for a new life, some of you are happy to be back and some of you just want to get done with UTD already. And …
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I’d rather just die …
2 years ago

I’d rather just die …

It’s been a while since we’ve talked, you and I. Almost all of summer has gone by and the fall term is just around the corner.

The problem is, Dallas …
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Fun in the sun with Shakespeare
2 years ago

Fun in the sun with Shakespeare

Summers and picnics go hand-in-hand, and if you are culturally inclined then you can enjoy the outdoor evenings with Shakespeare in the Park at the Samuell Grand Amphitheatre.The 2015 season …
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A journalist’s oath
2 years ago

A journalist’s oath

I’ve been a student reporter for five years now, yet as I read through Neil Henry’s “American Carnival: Journalism under siege in the age of new media” a humbling realization …
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Malarial maladies
2 years ago

Malarial maladies

There is a strange fever that is widespread in tropical countries around this time of the year.

It comes with the chills every evening and a high temperature, takes away …
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Find me a home
3 years ago

Find me a home

If you haven’t kept up with world news, and most of us haven’t because the semester’s winding up and all hell is breaking loose, then you don’t know about the …
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Stall or spoil?
3 years ago

Stall or spoil?

After several conferences and billions of dollars spent on pollution and other problems, we are in a worse environmental state than we were 25 years ago.

No doubt, a lot of …
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Share with me?
3 years ago

Share with me?

Shared economies are strange creations of a post-recession market.

People are letting strangers live in their homes and driving unknown, drunk 21-year-olds in their cars after working 15-hour days, all …
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