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Kakuro solution for Oct. 29, 2014

Kakuro solution for Oct. 29, 2014

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Kakuro solution for Oct. 29, 2014

Trivia solution for Oct. 29, 2014

Trivia solution for Oct. 29, 2014

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Trivia solution for Oct. 29, 2014

Crossword solution for Oct. 29, 2014

Crossword solution for Oct. 29, 2014

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Crossword solution for Oct. 29, 2014

Love Your Body Week is a chance to celebrate our individual identity

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This event brings awareness to an issue we need to focus our attentions on. Don’t forget about it at the end of the week.

A closer look at Lewinksy’s motivation

A closer look at Lewinksy’s motivation

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“Lewinsky’s mission to end cyberbullying is a  good one — but that’s not her only mission.”

Don’t take life for granted, because some cannot

Don’t take life for granted, because some cannot

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“We as a society can complain about football losses, bad refereeing, or even the reality that most of us will never be professional athletes, …

Remember to represent Penn State well during football games

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When we attend high-profile sporting events, we have a responsibility to represent the best aspects of Penn State.

Listen to advice of people who care

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“Instead of wasting effort on people who don’t care about us, let’s put that effort into people who do, relationships that are reciprocated an…

Community petition is a positive outlet for frustration over wins

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Though the NCAA agreed earlier in the year to allow Penn State the opportunity to play in a bowl game and to grant its full gamut of scholarsh…

Use Halloween as opportunity to audit actions of sensitivity

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Make the decision to consider the way your actions make others feel, not just this Halloween, but throughout the year.

Restructure board using best practices

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Board of Trustee member Barbara Doran writes a guest column.

What is transparency?

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I am grateful to Erin McCarthy for opening the conversation on an important issue facing the university right now. It was insightful and coura…

Don’t forget your identity in college

Don’t forget your identity in college

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“As we grow up, home becomes a transient, abstract idea.”

General education system is in the process of a much-needed overhaul

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The general education system should encourage students to be informed citizens and give them a chance to explore.

Be respectful to service workers

Be respectful to service workers

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“When I come in contact with a friendly, talkative customer who respects me and acknowledges my existence, it’s honestly so refreshing.”

New amendment to Clery Act is a positive step forward for justice

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New changes in Clery act reflect both importance of keeping laws updated and the issue of sexual assault on campuses.

Coming gubernatorial election will be extremely important for school

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In two weeks, many of us will elect a new governor of Pennsylvania.  Are we ready to make an informed decision?

‘Futbol’ is on the rise in America

‘Futbol’ is on the rise in America

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“...In the future, there’s certainly a possibility that while  one family is tossing around a brown, egg-shaped  football in their yard, acros…

What’s in a (feminist’s) name?

What’s in a (feminist’s) name?

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As feminists, it is our responsibility to support women in their decisions, whether or not we agree with them.

Let’s use the new THAW festival to finally eradicate State Patty’s Day

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The new festival scheduled for State Patty’s Day weekend offers us the chance to celebrate in a more cultured way.

Halloween costumes: a chance to celebrate or offend if left unchecked

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Students need to be considerate when choosing Halloween costumes in order to promote an environment of welcoming.

A teacher’s perspective on education

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“Great teachers come from all backgrounds, identities, and experiences, but we are united by this difficult and deeply inspiring work.”

Standardized college entrance tests do not represent students’ abilities

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The current system of entrance exams allows economic bias to affect students’ chances of being accepted into colleges.

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