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Cheating in college is OK

Cheating in college is OK

William Rein

May 17, 2016


Filed under Columns, Opinion

Even though college is supposed to be for adults and the action of applying to colleges is symbolic for independence, state and federal curriculum still requires General Education courses to create the “balanced citizen.”It’s not altogether unreasonable for the government to try an...

Vegetarians are less ethical than omnivores

Vegetarians are less ethical than omnivores

William Rein

February 25, 2016


Filed under Columns, Opinion

Eating meat is a choice humans can make. My only real opinion, about anything, is that no one should make a choice for someone else, being a believer in the preservation of human dignity concerning voluntary decisions.However, in the contemporary meat-eating debate, there are certain uncontested ethics wh...

Boobs: No man’s trash, every man’s treasure

Boobs: No man’s trash, every man’s treasure

Miles Inserra

May 11, 2015


Filed under Blogs, Opinion

Surrendering to peer pressure, cheating on assignments and skipping class to sleep in – students battle with morals every day. In such scenarios, the virtue in question is unmistakable and the choice to be good or bad is made knowingly. It is the less significant, less predicable tests of cha...

Hating on animal testing is hypocritical

Megan Mann

November 6, 2014


Filed under Blogs, Opinion

Before I continue with this blog, let me be clear that I think animal testing is a horrible and outdated practice that needs to be exterminated.That being said, I will also admit to buying from cosmetic companies that have been accused of testing on animals, like Revlon, L'oreal Paris, and Benefit C...

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