Comment & Analysis

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The Ways Fear Ripples in Society

Reflections from a scare on the train
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For Students, Part-Time Work Comes With Perks and Pitfalls

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My Schadenfreude Paradise of Bad Art

An unusual intersection of hedonistic enjoyment and artistic insight
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From Paris to Beijing, A More Urgent Approach to Air Pollution is Needed

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Latent Ageism From Those Who Think We’re Too Young to Be President

Arbitrary age limits define the "forgotten" referendum on age limits for presidential candidates
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Op-Ed

A Top-down Approach to Debate Has Stifled Dissent at SU Council

Claire Donlon and Edmund Heaphy argue that the current culture at SU council discourages healthy debate.
By Claire Donlon and Edmund Heaphy
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With New Sports Centre Referendum, Lisbon Analogy Overstates Its Case

The February "No" vote shows why all democracy is not created equal
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Social Media Breeds External Self-Worth

For a new generation, likes now create likes
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You’re Never Too Old to Explore Your Sexuality

It's okay to be unsure of who you like, or what you like
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Government’s Science Funding Plan Kills Vital Research

Focusing entirely on applied science hurts research opportunities and graduate job prospects