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Seduction and censorship: Nabokov

This past Thursday, Lolita turned fifty. No, not the prepubescent sex object who will forever remain 14, but the book by Vladimir Nabokov that introduced...

Quasi-cadaverous canines

Breakthroughs in medical technology could give critically wounded soldiers crucial extra time to be moved into surgery. A chance for medics to move them...

Paralympians deserve recognition just as much as

Men missing limbs go out and run faster races than many college track stars. Men and women in wheelchairs crash into each other recklessly in the name...

Pa. state legislators bend constitution for pay raise

If there?s one thing more bothersome than living in a state whose lawmakers give themselves a hefty pay raise, it?s knowing that the underhanded politicians...

Build a moat for your cyber-castle

Imagine this: You?re living in a city where, all of a sudden, the crime rate skyrockets. City officials tell you it will be at least several years before...

Capitalism is the key to New Orleans

As a Mardi Gras veteran and Jazz Fest lover, as well as a friend to many of those who call the region home, I feel for the city of New Orleans. The responsibility...

Letter to the Editor

I found the denunciation of Cindy Sheehan in the Sept. 12 Tartan by Benjamin Hackett extremely disgusting. On Sept. 11, I listened to Cindy Sheehan and...

Presidential Perspectives

This week, I will update you on three of the main projects that Nicolette and I are currently working on: the Collegiate Readership Program, dining, and...

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