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I sit in the crowded lecture room, looking on with boredom as the professor drones on about acid and bases and redox reactions. It’s …

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American political dialogue has ground to a halt. Blaming our opposition is the reason it can’t start again. We have to focus on ourselves to move forward.

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Earlier this week, Indiana lawmakers passed a controversial bill that would potentially make it much easier for businesses to discriminate against groups such as …

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I don’t know. It might be one of the most undervalued expressions in the modern lexicon. Reasons for this are numerous. It is sometimes …

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On Sunday, the now Republican-led Congress confirmed Sen. Ted Cruz (R-Texas) as head of the subcommittee on Space, Science, and Competitiveness. For those of …

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In 2013, Internet retailer Amazon made $74.45 billion (that’s billion with a ‘b’, folks) in revenue. While that pales in comparison to Walmart’s astonishing …

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The terrorists have won. At least, that’s what my News Feed, Twitter, and various social pundits would have me believe. When Sony made the decision …

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It seems that every few weeks, I’m seeing another round of viral “news” stories about how Uber gouged their passengers with surge pricing. Surge …

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Many people believe that vaccines cause autism, but the facts don’t bear that out. Is the anti-vaccination actually causing harm?

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I’m seriously frustrated by how journalism has turned into sensationalized articles that oversell the facts. Especially when it comes to a topic as important as someone’s health, I think news outlets owe it to us to present things with a level head.

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