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In response: 'Jesus take the wheel'

In something that we have come to expect from Riley Zipper, he has written an extremely flippant article rife with non sequiters.



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IU upset

As a Mizzou alum and ardent football fan, I'd like to speculate that this year's Indiana squad is going to have a really fine football season if it continues to play as it did last Saturday.


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Using our resources for other purposes

The recent decision of President Obama to employ U.S. resources to combat the Islamic State has dominated the news over the past week.



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'Drones strikes are acts of terror'

National Public Radio (NPR) led its “Week in Politics” program of September 12 off with analysis of U.S.



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Eat less meat

Starting college can be an exciting, yet daunting experience. It’s not surprising that, with all the stress that comes with it, many new students gain the dreaded “freshman 15.” A study published in Nutrition Journal found that nearly a quarter of freshmen gain at least 5 percent of their body weight during their first semester , an average of about 10 whopping pounds in just a few months.





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Letter to the Editor: Mourning keijzer

As an IU-Bloomington alumnus (2011), I think I share the same type of condolences about Karlijn Keijzer as the rest of my former classmates.



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Child abuse in Indiana

About 80 percent of the substantiated acts of child abuse and neglect in Indiana are committed by parents or family members.


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Re: Opera is a white man’s game

I was extremely disappointed and angered upon reading the column “Opera is a white man’s game.”


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Landlord abuse

We have experienced bullying from our landlord. And we’ve had enough.


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No job? No problem. Why now is the best time ever to be jobless

Summer is here, and finding a job is still so hard that recent drops in the unemployment rate are less attributed to job creation than to people who have simply dropped out of the labor force altogether.Technology has continued and will continue to change the job market.This doesn’t just mean cashiers and bank tellers being replaced by kiosks.