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America And Her Guns

On February 14, 2018, a man opened fire at a high school in Florida, killing 17 people and injuring many more.

America had already seen 30 mass shootings, 45 day into the new year. 65 more words

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February Op-ed for the Bridge River Lillooet News

Valentine’s Day is difficult for those who’ve lost—or are losing—someone they love. And it’s harder when that person is far away, like my close relative who’s recently been diagnosed with a life-shortening disease. 479 more words

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How to Celebrate Valentine's Day Long-distance?

Jasmine Shrestha

From what I’ve seen and heard, long distance relationships, while it may strengthen the bond between the couple, seems quite difficult to manage at times. 504 more words

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A Positive Perspective on Dining Hall Food at AUW

Choki Dolkar

You’ve just had an 8am class or perhaps several classes in a row. In your half-awake, weakened, lecture-doused state, you hear a loud growl. 506 more words

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Toxic Gender Norms


Icicle (UG1)

Back in May 2015, my mother was offered a consultancy position in Hong Kong for two years , working with expatriate Bangladeshi domestic helpers there. 453 more words

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Op-ed: Mental Patients Need to be Removed from the Halloween Narrative

I’ve never been a fan of haunted houses, maybe because of all the creatures lurking behind doors being paid to scare me or the excessive amount of screaming that follows. 714 more words

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Opinion: State Lands Commission Suing SF over Prop B is anti-democratic

Gavin Newsom is suing San Francisco apparently. I discovered this alarming news in an email sent to my work spam folder from Antonio Villaraigosa, Newsom’s Democratic opponent in the 2018 California governor’s race. 431 more words

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