BY MEGAN MCDONALD
I’m not arguing that one shouldn’t strive to improve one’s health, but the motivation to lose weight or eat healthier foods shouldn’t come from a botox-infused CEO.
BY BEN ALTERMAN
I am touched beyond words at the outpouring of care and concern for Boston, my home, that has come from every faith and background. However, the other events of two weeks ago worry me.
BY CELINE SMITH
The issue of classism at the University has seeped into all areas of campus life. The commencement brunch is simply one example.
BY MAURA LEVINE
This plan seems great for future football fans and eager freshmen who are unaware of the seniority rule we’ve always had, but the biggest issues will be encountered this coming season.
BY JOHN BURKHARDT
Each year, approximately 65,000 students graduate from American high schools and find themselves prohibited from pursuing further educational opportunities because of their undocumented immigration status.
BY MAYA MENLO
United Students Against Sweatshops at the University of Michigan is demanding that University President Mary Sue cuts ties with Adidas due the company’s serial worker abuse and negligence of human rights.
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