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Harry Black


Column: Use the right word

"For the most part, words mean something — or at least they should. The social media dictionary, however, has established an entirely separate word bank with entirely different meanings for words than originally intended."


Satire: How to cure depression

"Now that we’re running with depression, you might be wondering, 'How do I cure this?' Well first, you have to really want to. You can’t just sit there like a loser, being sad forever. You need to want to get better. That’s up to you. If you’re not already feeling better after reading that, there are a couple more things you can try. I’ve compiled a list of four surefire ways to make sure depression is a thing of your past."


Column: I used to suck

"I woke up one day recently and realized I was coming up on my final year of college. I’ve almost completed three years at this University, why then, does it feel like I haven’t even become a student here yet?"


Column: The lesser of two evils is still evil

"When your entire presence in the legislature is built around preventing other ideologies agendas, then you’re not actually pushing your own. This defensive strategy is pathetic. It isn’t mobilizing, it's banking on voters hating Republicans more than they like, or even dislike, Democrats."

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