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For some students, 11 a.m. means there's only one thing to do: COME ON DOWN!

To the dining hall, that is.

The Price is Right , a show some students say will function as a good stress reliever during finals week, has become a lunchtime tradition in many campus dining halls.

For some students, 11 a.m. means there's only one thing to do: COME ON DOWN!

To the dining hall, that is.

The Price is Right, a show some students say will function as a good stress reliever during finals week, has become a lunchtime tradition in many campus dining halls.

Dave Hollingsworth is a senior majoring in math and physics and a Collegian columnist.

My Opinion

One of the most rewarding aspects of writing a newspaper column is that it frees you to set your own pace and soar with your imagination, requiring nothing more than a few minutes of privacy a day. Also, it does wonders for menstrual cramps.

Debunking the middle class myths we've all been believing

As members of the middle class, we have been duped most of our lives. We are led to believe all sorts of things so we will be docile kids, satisfied adults, and happy with our station in life. And if we believe them all, we are almost certain of being complacent. Not being one who by nature can tolerate complacency, I feel an obligation to debunk the middle class myths by which we have been leading our lives. So here goes . . .

THE RICH ARE UNHAPPY. Don't kid yourself, they enjoy that money. They lead wonderful and exciting lives and do everthing they want to do when they want to do it. They shop the best stores, eat the best foods, and frequent the leading fat farms. But what about the divorces, the drugs, the assasinations? Just media hype. Don't beleive everything that you read in the National Enquirer.