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Choose Halloween costumes for humor and appreciation, not shock-value
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Choose Halloween costumes for humor and appreciation, not shock-value

Izia Lindsay // Contributing Cartoonist For some reason, 2016 just keeps dragging on, as our morals fall apart and our favorite people keep dying. Essentially, 2016 is “Grey’s Anatomy.” However, one of the best reflections of an eventful year, Halloween, is approaching. Each October, Americans dress up as their favorite, topical icons from the previous…

Fallout over Fallon’s interview with Trump indicates lack of political comedy available to viewers
Election 2016, Opinion, The Maturity Column

Fallout over Fallon’s interview with Trump indicates lack of political comedy available to viewers

When you pair the most hated man in America with the most beloved guy on television, something interesting is bound to happen. Ever since Jimmy Fallon ruffled Republican nominee Donald Trump’s hair on “The Tonight Show,”  waves of critics have lashed out against how easy he went on the Great Bambino of Bankruptcy. In fact,…

Danny reflects on past school year
Opinion, The Maturity Column

Danny reflects on past school year

You know, at the end of each year in college, I say, “This one went by the fastest” – but the school year of 2015-16 definitely did. Maybe that’s because I rode through it on a hoverboard. It’s weird that it whizzed by this fast considering that many of the promised new construction projects were…

Be ‘selfish’ in healthy, positive way
Opinion, The Maturity Column

Be ‘selfish’ in healthy, positive way

While scanning through a collection of daily headlines, also known as Facebook, I came across this status from one of my friends. “Really sad that selfishness is an attitude actively promoted by this university,” wrote Alexis Alvarez, 21. “Disappointed in our Student Government for endorsing this.” Photos of the source were included: a palm card…

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