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Sex and sexuality must be addressed in America

What if there was a sexual conquest video game? Players would prowl different environments, looking for possible sexual encounters. They would have to...

Terrorists: give ’em an inch, they’ll take a mile

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KDKA’s sensationalism misrepresents CMU

If “Sunday night at the movies has taken a curious twist,” then Tuesday night on TV news has taken a peculiar turn as well. Local Pittsburgh news station...

Rusesabagina raises awareness of genocide

On November 30, 2500 people came to Soldiers and Sailors Memorial Hall to listen to Paul Rusesabagina, the hotel manager from Kigali, Rwanda, who saved...

RIAA refuses to evolve and has become obsolete

Mr. Sherman, have you ever heard the story of Frankenstein’s monster? It’s pretty famous. You see, this scientist creates a living being out of dead tissue....

We need to stop funding injustice

This Friday the Palestinian Film Festival showed its last in a series of films, Rachel: An American Conscience. Rachel Corrie, a 23-year-old nonviolent...

CMU should better inform students of resources

I got straight A’s in high school. But this is Carnegie Mellon; most of us did. It came as a shock to me when, at the midterm of my first semester, I...

Public radio remains a pillar of high-quality media

My heroes have radio voices. My heroes have a passion for vocalizing information in a way that at once soothes and enlightens. This intense fervor makes...

Tired tunes make radio unappealing

Mr. McKee notes in his piece about National Public Radio (NPR) that on other stations, “the run-of-the-mill DJ simply plays music and talks every so often.”...

Letter to the Editor

Sometimes covert sexism reveals itself on campus, and I saw posters advertising Pirates as another manifestation. But then I stopped myself. Porn isn’t...

Presidential Perspectives

It’s hard to believe that the semester is coming to an end. There is much that I would like to report right now, but with space and time constraints,...

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