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Kid Nation: More structured than summer camp

Can 40 kids come together to run their own society? I have no idea. You might think Kid Nation, CBS’s new reality show, answers this question, but it...

Reforms needed for the student meal plan

Those of us who are upperclassmen without meal plans once dreamed of the day when DineXtra could be used at Entropy. These first-years have it so good....

Democrats spurn Colbert

When I saw on Comedy Central (the website, not the channel; I’m cheap) that Stephen Colbert was running for president, my first thought was, ‘Whoa! Could...

Adjusting our extremist attitudes

“Are you a vegetarian?” A seemingly benign question. Do you never eat meat or do you eat meat without hesitation? We hear this question a lot in our society,...

Mayor’s plan ignores real issues behind crime

A new city ordinance proposed by Mayor Luke Ravenstahl would allow the public safety director great range in applying fines, or even second-degree misdemeanor...

University neglects to console victims of Calif. wildfires

More than two weeks after wildfires began to spread in San Diego County, Carnegie Mellon has yet to take action to look after the welfare of students...

Rent-A-Dog offends

How much is that doggie in the window? Five dollars, and you don’t have to feed it, clean up after it, or even keep it. Monday’s Rent-A-Dog activity on...

Presidential Perspectives

Hi, Tartans. This week has been a pretty busy one for us as two big initiatives got underway. We focused a lot on elections reform and institutional memory....

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