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America’s torture fascination

Since 24 started its sixth season in January, national buzz has descended upon the show’s graphic and frequent portrayal of torture. Special Agent Jack...

Nielsen Ratings fail to accurately represent Americans’ preferences

Until a little less than a month ago, you were completely and utterly insignificant in the eyes of one of the most powerful market research firms in the...

Snow woes: Class continuation threatens safety

If you ever wondered what it would be like to slosh through the Dead Sea, you need only walk around Pittsburgh for a bit. The salt on the roads and sidewalks,...

Relieve readme of its funding

It is outrageous that students at Carnegie Mellon are repeatedly subjected to the crassness that marks the pages of readme. Worse still is that we pay...

Fear and loathing in Downingtown, Pa.: A long, weird trip

There’s not much to do where I live in a small suburb of Downingtown, Pa. With the exception of the occasional car accident or teacher strike, nothing...

Letter to the editor

Sounds as if the debate over choosing a mascot will be just as spirited as when the powers in Warner Hall de-hyphenated the university’s name a decade...

Presidential Perspectives

Orientation This August, my younger sister visited Carnegie Mellon during first-year Orientation. After experiencing Orientation counselor training,...

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