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Greek life hazing must stop, more punishments needed

April 1, 2015 | Alyssa Sanford, Signal Staff Writer

College fraternities all across the country are making headlines, from Penn State to the University of Oklahoma to Dartmouth College. 605 more words

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ReBlog: Self-Actualization | Transitions

It’s funny, in reading this, how many times people in general seem to have some point in their lives that was their highlight. I remember one friend of mine, who struggled with depression, always referring back to high school, and somehow not being able to live past what must have been the high point of her life. 308 more words

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Conflict in Yemen and Nuclear Negotiations

Kilic B. Kanat

This article was originally published in Daily Sabah on March 28, 2015.

Tension has been escalating in Yemen since U.S. forces withdrew from the region. 754 more words

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2016 election should focus on issues, not mistakes

March 24, 2015 | Alyssa Sanford, Signal Correspondent

Even though the anticipated 2016 presidential election is still well over a year away, it already has a buzzword vividly circling — transparency. 636 more words

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The End of the Goal of Building Geopolitical Equilibrium?

Kilic B. Kanat

This article by was originally published in Daily Sabah on March 29, 2015.

U.S. foreign policy failed to come up with a policy that would pressure Iran to play a more responsible role in Yemen. 907 more words

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On the “clientèle-based” logic in redefining academic units

Are we just a service department?

I doubt that Princeton’s Mathematics department thinks it is, neither does any Chemistry department on this continent. Yet, a… 686 more words

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'Noiraud' Didier Reynder: unfit for office

position text published in Flemish news paper De Standaard on 21/3/2015 protesting Belgian Foreign Minister Didier Reynder (MR) going around Brussels black-faced to raise money for ‘children in need’. 1,108 more words

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