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Monday November 28th

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DTH Photo Illustration: A student falls into an Internet addiction on Monday, Oct. 17, 2022.

Column: An incel fell, but Google dug the rabbit hole

"I know everyone but the political science kids left when I started talking about legislation, but this is important. Every meme in your group message, every conspiracy theory on Twitter, every Nicki Minaj music video, every human organ sold on the black market (well, maybe not that last one) have a platform because Section 230 stands."

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Column: Learning to deal with grief

"Grief knows no boundaries; it can attack you at work, in the middle of class, in your parked car while you listen to the radio. I’ve lived with my grief for the entirety of 2022 and I want to share the things I’ve learned and unlearned."

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Column: North Carolina's judicial elections are crucial for reproductive rights

"Our generation has the power and passion for political change, we just have to take that to the ballot box. Voting sends a direct message to those in power about what rights we demand from them. Whether it be voting rights, LGBTQ rights, or reproductive rights, we have the ability to push for them. Our passion must be taken to the polls because our reproductive freedom is on the line in 2022."

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DTH Photo Illustration. Delete the dating apps and shoot your shot!

Column: It’s going down. I’m yelling Tinder.

"If you're reading this, I’m assuming you're a young, smart, single person who just wants to have picnics on the quad with a boo of your own. But let me tell you, there are better ways to make this happen than Tinder. Here are four tips to get a date like your parents did — no profile needed."

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First-year Michelle Seucan is pictured at the Old Well on Oct. 9, 2022,  as she explores her identity as a European-Asian American.

Column: What I am.

"What are you?"  "Out of all the 171,476 words in the English language, those three words are the ones I am most familiar with, a trio of old friends I’ve known since childhood."

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