Category: Columns

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Reduce the pain of scholarly articles

So it’s that time again… no, not spring, term paper season. It’s a time of year when Advil and Red Bull sales spike. It’s also when I hear a lot of questions like these:...

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Breathe in, blow… in

by Vanessa Redux Sex Columnist A post-secondary education is an achievement that you will be able to call upon for the rest of your days. This may also be said about other skills you...

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Egyptian revolution impacts class at MRU

by Dr. Nancy-Angel Doetzel Guest Columnist Having opportunities in my classes to discuss the Egyptian revolution by framing this uprising within sociological theories and ideologies reminds me of why I am so passionate about...

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Treat yourself to yourself

By Vanessa Redux Sex Columnist Do you think you’re good, maybe damn good, in the sack? What is it that gives you that indication exactly? Is it the reaction to the other person shuddering...

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Unplug from the grid, get anxious

by Amanda Williams Guest Columnist In a compelling lecture entitled “A Plea For Time” delivered in 1950, Canadian scholar Harold Adam Innis urged us to reconsider our modern “obsession” with immediate gratification fostered by...

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Another reason to vote in campus elections

By Jeff Agnew Running a campaign for student government is one of the hardest things any student can do. While running as a candidate, I experienced my fair share of heartbreak and exultation in...