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A crisp Fall morning 

It’s almost 9 AM in my part of the world and I’ve made my way out to the balcony with a cup of coffee. It’s going to be a slow Saturday in my home. 246 more words

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Letter from the Editor: "Mommy, there's a dead man in the street". 

Earlier this week, indie news outlet, Democracy Now dedicated almost all of its programming to the 10th Anniversary of Hurricane Katrina. I have many close friends, family and colleagues flip their television back and forth between MSNBC and Fox New, perpetually enslaved… 891 more words

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Letter From the Editor

This summer was filled with new beginnings. On Wednesday, June 26th, the Supreme Court ruled on gay marriage once and for all and showed that love really does win. 671 more words

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Letter from the Editor: Do I Belong Here

BY JOE MARINELLI

One year ago, I walked through the halls of Teachers College as a TC student for the first time, astounded and a bit overwhelmed by the institution’s legacy and repute. 378 more words

Teachers College

Do Not Hesitate, Just Go for It

Generally, a romantic novel starts with “The moment I saw you, I fell in love.” I wish I could apply this romantic phrase to my first encounter with the UL. 383 more words

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They say that there ain't no love in the heart of the city...

Ain’t no love in the heart of town, to quote a Jay Z song. But I beg to differ. What if I told you that my heart was taken from me in the heart of our capital city. 236 more words

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Life, ambitions and goals

I’ve had this dream for a long time where I want to become a hairdresser.

I chose a different path in life and drifted far away from the dream, but it stayed with me. 267 more words

Letter From The Editor