OPINION
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AGASHE: The Hill we die on

When I turned in my last midterm for “Organic Chemistry II,” I was relieved. I had been studying remotely for the entire year, and the […]

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YENILMEZ: Rebrand in progress

Over the last couple of weeks, I don’t remember how many times I heard the sentence “I am rebranding,” or how many times I said […]

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HASSAN: Signal-to-noise ratio

In physics and engineering, the “signal-to-noise ratio” essentially compares the level of meaningful information, signal, to the level of undesired disturbance, noise. The greater your […]

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ZHANG: America, on trial

Among other things, America is the only country in which a 17-year-old can set his hands on an AR-15, shoot three people, shed a few […]

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KREBS: Sustainability blows

In “Nothing Gold Can Stay,” first published in the October 1923 Yale Review, poet Robert Frost perfectly encapsulates the melancholy bliss of autumn in New […]

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