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It’s just a joke? When Halloween costumes cross the line

It’s just a joke? When Halloween costumes cross the line

Kafaya Shitta-bey December 11, 2015 0

On October 31, 2015, the Internet ignited as an image of a man wearing an offensive Bill Cosby Halloween costume made the rounds online. With a Cosby dummy on his back, the slouched-over man was

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Too Many Fish in the Sea

Too Many Fish in the Sea

Charlotte Gillies December 11, 2015 0

On a recent night out facilitated by Tinder, my date and I were sitting at a quiet table, discussing our mutually favorite bands, telling funny stories, sharing our intimate hopes and dreams– the usual things

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Grades Don’t Define Us

Grades Don’t Define Us

Dominic Napolitano December 11, 2015 0

As children, we learn A, B, C, D and F as mere letters, but in our academic careers, they become labels. We realize the importance of the letter grade and the value of an “A.” We want to

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For Many Foreigners, The American Dream is to Study

For Many Foreigners, The American Dream is to Study

Evelina Baranovskaja December 10, 2015 0

Every year six out of 10 US universities are ranked as the best academic institutions in the world, making the US one of the most popular destinations for people looking to study abroad. But it’s not

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