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VIEWPOINT: Value All Forms of Queerness

VIEWPOINT: Value All Forms of Queerness

By Juliet Boelhouwer April 21, 2023

I fall into the questioning part of the LGBTQ+ community, which is an under-discussed portion of the queer experience. There is no one right way to navigate the queer experience, but more understanding...

Finding Out Who You Are

Finding Out Who You Are

By Isvari Mohan November 14, 2015

Do you know who you really are? Circle one of the following answers. I’ll tell you what it means when you’re done. I am… An extrovert. An introvert. I make judgments by… Thinking...

NGUYEN: The Myth of Asian Advantage

NGUYEN: The Myth of Asian Advantage

By Lam Nguyen October 30, 2015

Last week, New York Times columnist Nicholas Kristof and University of Maryland professor Janelle Wong published op-eds to NBC News explaining the Asian advantage — why Asians are far exceeding other...

SMITH: My Race Does Not Label Me

SMITH: My Race Does Not Label Me

By Grace Smith October 6, 2015

Violin in one hand, a container of white rice in the other and a math club hat slightly askew, I was ready. I walked out into the pouring rain, ready to take on the day. The night before, I remember...

BASSEY: Erase Party Labels to Speak Freely

By Musa Bassey April 13, 2015

​I don’t know who I am ---- at all. But I know what I believe. I am a liberal. I believe in a world where all have room to fail and are able to better their lives, through a combination of hard...

No Matter the Label, Flacco Proves Worth

By Laura Wagner January 28, 2013

Elite: adjective. Representing the most choice or select; the best. We may know Merriam-Webster’s definition of the word, but when it comes to NFL quarterbacks, fans and pundits alike struggle to...

HOYT and MEANEY: Generation Quantity: Dependent on Data

By Matthew Hoyt and Michael Meaney September 13, 2011

We're a generation that can't be qualified. First, we were Organization kids. Then, we were the Boomerang Generation. Then, Generation Next, Generation Facebook, the Millennials – the list goes on. Almost...

How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love the R&B Sample

By Caroline Klibanoff January 14, 2011

People love labels that break from the past: the New Deal, the New South, the next big thing, post-rock, post-modernism, post-everything. And music critics — myself included — are maybe the worst...

Lombardi Supports New Smoking Labels

By Mariah Byrne November 16, 2010

The Lombardi Comprehensive Cancer Center announced its support last week for the new, more graphic warning labels for cigarette packaging required by the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services. In...

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