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11/12/2018 7:10pm

Annie Kiyonaga

Column: Thank you, Mark McCombs

"I signed up for Math 118 expecting a semester of half-assed work and deathly boring lectures. Professor Mark McCombs, our fearless Math 118 leader, totally, completely subverted my expectations."


11/7/2018 7:58pm

Ramishah Maruf

Column: Hope after midterms

They have bright political futures ahead of them, and as their supporters, it serves us best to know they aren’t going anywhere.  Neither is our fight to make America a better, safer place for everyone.


11/5/2018 9:45pm

Kent McDonald

Column: My phone is broken, and maybe I am, too

I look expectantly at the Genius Bar employee surveying my phone. He looks uncomfortable. Another drop of water rolls down my face. As I go to wipe it away, still confused about where this water is coming from, several more drops fall down my cheek. It takes me another second to realize what’s happening. I’m crying.  


11/5/2018 7:04pm

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Column: The future is the past

Flying cars, talking jackets and hover-boards for every household? Boy, would Marty McFly be upset to find we failed to match his portrayal of the 21st century. In fact, his 80s-inspired outfits in the film are most representative of America today. 


11/4/2018 7:16pm

Seth Newkirk

Column: Stop encouraging people to vote

But stop asking people to vote. Seriously. Stop. It’s not helpful. Stop registering people. Stop posting things on social media encouraging them to vote. Stop asking your friends if they’ve voted. Please. No more. 


11/1/2018 8:55pm

DTH/ Emily Yue

Column: Health policy isn't a 'partisan pleasure'

"Health care outcomes are the worst among developed nations; that is appalling in a nation that spends more on health care per person than any other nation. Protect the small progress we have made in the field of health care as a voter, advocate and citizen, and stay informed on the status of health policy."


10/31/2018 6:51pm

Column: 31 thoughts on 'Halloween'

Horror movie fans, rejoice. The Oct. 19 release of "Halloween," a direct sequel to the 1978 film by the same name, may buck the trend of failing slasher flicks, potentially sparking a resurgence of masked murderers on cinema screens.