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Op-ed: The art of awkward dating

Op-ed: The art of awkward dating

Let’s talk about the wonderful world of awkward dating. I feel the inherent right to unleash my vast knowledge of the subject. What gives me that right? I am the longest running single twenty-six year old in my district (kisses three fingers, and holds them up to the sky). All jokes aside, I am hesitant […]

Sex Talk: Polyamorous Relationships Part 1

Sex Talk: Polyamorous Relationships Part 1

In our society, we continuously hear of the “joys of monogamy” and why spending one’s life with a single human can be eternally fulfilling. This leads us to forget about the world of polyamory. There isn’t anything wrong with having a monogamous partnership, it’s just important to realize that there is more than one way […]

Opinion: Is the drama over? A view from the left

Opinion: Is the drama over? A view from the left

Editor’s note: You can access our companion opinion piece, “Is the drama over? A view from the right” by clicking here. Americans have historically esteemed the executive office, holding it in especially high regard.  While presidents are not above the law, there is broad agreement that their position confers powers and responsibilities warranting an aura of […]

Opinion: Is the drama over? A view from the right

Opinion: Is the drama over? A view from the right

Editor’s note: You can access our companion opinion piece, “Is the drama over? A view from the left” by clicking here. The election is over, exactly like so many before it. This one was contentious, the progressive movement took a major hit, and it’s painful for the movement’s hopeful advocates and sympathizers. We can all agree, […]

Op-ed: It’s only a number

Op-ed: It’s only a number

This can’t be real. That’s all I could think when my father told me about how sick my little brother was. I wanted it to be a dream. It didn’t seem like something that should happen to the goofy idiot I’d grown up with for all of 16 years. I tried to force myself to […]