UOFC learns from mistakes, adopts new transparency

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Towers’ architectural symbolism is powerful

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Though half the people who read this column may not have noticed, V-Week (Vagina, Valentine’s Day, Violence-against-women, etc.) is coming to a close. And that’s a shame, because I love feminists. Their gung-ho enthusiasm and endearing optimism are like lollipops and pink unicorns to my inner child. But as my feminist friend will ask me […]

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Though half the people who read this column may not have noticed, V-Week (Vagina, Valentine’s Day, Violence-against-women, etc.) is coming to a close. And that’s a shame, because I love feminists. Their gung-ho enthusiasm and endearing optimism are like lollipops and pink unicorns to my inner child. But as my feminist friend will ask me […]

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Elis swim strong in Invite, Open

Though a thousand miles separated traveling Elis on the men’s swimming team from their peers at home, their achievements last weekend seemed to be in sync. Keeping the momentum from two Thanksgiving break victories, the Elis pushed their way to a strong finish in the final two competitions of 2005. The Bulldogs (3-1, 0-1 EISL) […]

Once disparate sects, now neighbors

So a minister, a priest, a rabbi, a mullah, and a Buddhist monk walk into Battell Chapel. The five holy men shake hands, hug, and give each other hearty pats on the back. The rabbi yells to the mullah, “Yo, homie, gimme a pound.” The mullah gives the rabbi a pound. World peace reigns. Some […]

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My inner STD

Reporter Joshua Tan felt that to write anything relevant on sexually transmitted diseases, one first has to contract an STD. He searched high and low for people dealing with genital warts, gonorrhea, chlamydia, herpes, and even AIDS, and offered to share their pain with them — unfortunately, no one would schedule a “sharing” session. But […]

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