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Students disprove political apathy with voter turnout

Students defied their apathetic this election season with a great on-campus voter turnout and active engagement in the elections.

I mustache you a question: Does Movember raise awareness?

The premise is pretty basic: Begin clean-shaven on Nov. 1, and grow out your mustache in order to raise awareness for men’s health issues, such as pancreatic and testicular cancer.

Climate change cannot be ignored after Sandy

We will recover from this storm. But one needs to consider why so many natural disasters are befalling us, and to whom should we turn to answer these questions.

Responsible people should handle school’s finances

It is troubling that there have been multiple incidents in which notable people associated with Carnegie Mellon have been accused of financial foul play.

Social conservatism is dead

Republicans can’t let antiquated social views get in the way of an economic message that could not be timelier.

Politicians should find compromise

It’ll take great compromise from both sides of the aisle to achieve true progress for the country.

Tragedy at zoo signals need for safety reform

Neither the Pittsburgh Zoo nor Derkosh’s mother can individually be blamed for this devastating event.

Election Day was a landmark for gay rights in U.S.

The election represents a watershed moment for gay rights in America, and a step forward for human rights.

Person's Opinion

This month is often referred to as “No Shave November” and, more recently, “Movember.” So we asked,
"What is your opinion on facial hair?"

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