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Exploiting disorders is tasteless and tacky

Both clothing brands and restaurants seem to lack filters recently.Urban Outfitters’ Kent State sweatshirt was not the first time the clothing store started an uproar.


Off campus blues

As an IU student, I spent one year in the dorms, and like many others before me, decided one was enough.


Bisexuality is the new black

“Orange is the New Black” has been slowly revolutionizing female presence in the media, but I don’t think one of the writers of the show, Lauren Morelli, expected it to change her life so drastically.Morelli realized she was gay in 2012, according to CNN, but it wasn’t until she worked on the show that she finally decided to come out and start dating Samira Wiley, the breakout actress of last season, who’s turn as Poussey, accent à droite, stole the hearts of millions.



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Eating local

It’s hard to be a small business, even in a place like Bloomington. But we could help change that.This town loves its local food.


U2 invasion

If you have a registered Apple ID, chances are that you have U2’s new album, “Songs of Innocence” already on your device.You probably had no idea that it was there in the first place.


Equal in every way

The recent string of domestic violence incidents involving National Football League players has rocked the sporting world and revealed the indifference with which our culture deals with violence.


Jesus take the wheel

A Pennsylvania teen faces two years of prison for simulating oral sex with a statue of Jesus.



Forgetting history, hurting ourselves

Tragedy is often lost on us the more we move away from an event in time. But by forgetting the solemnity of events, we dishonor those who suffered.By now everyone and their grandmother has heard about Urban Outfitters’ unfortunate clothing mishap.The company sold a $130 “vintage” Kent State sweatshirt covered in what looked like bloodstains.


G for go, V for vote

Election season is nearly upon us, which means the time to dredge up year-old grudges -


50 shades of beige

I’m sure a lot of things come to mind when you hear the word “nude.” Perhaps first and foremost is a naked person.


Stop wasting time

We live in the age of the Internet, which is really cool.


Consider this a wake up call, Goodell

In the aftershock of both the startling revelations of Ray Rice and Adrian Peterson, National Football League Commissioner Roger Goodell is facing one of the greatest challenges to the League’s image in his six-year tenure.The TMZ bombshell that Baltimore Ravens running back Ray Rice did indeed punch his then-fiancée now wife Janay Palmer into unconsciousness lead to his indefinite suspension from the NFL at large.



Product loyalty or value

Another generation of the iPhone has proven once again that Apple still reigns in the cellular technological world.Columnists Riley Zipper and Jessica Karl touched on this within the last few weeks, with different reviews of


The ISIS truth

Edgar HaroSeniorBiologyColumn Tag: Haro-ing TalesLocal political figures and media have been vigilantly involved in vocalizing the international concern over the unbelievably twisted spectacle shaking the Middle East known as ISIS.Sadly, it’s disappointing how they’ve all forgotten to mention a crucial detail that can significantly widen our perspectives on this crisis.Let me start off by saying that it’s incredibly dishonest how our leaders have proceeded to act stunned at ISIS’s swift military gains over the past nine months.


Elderly education

Everyone in college today knows the burden of student loans.


Throw what you know

With the start of a new school year, a new set of preconceived notions and their accompanying judgements towards one of the many facets of my life as a student have begun to rear their ugly heads. Everything from someone’s sunglasses to shoes to speaking voice factors into their assessment, but it seems to me that one item sure to draw quick attention - and quick assumptions - is the presence of Greek letters on a student’s apparel.


Surprise, millennials are different

We tend to get a lot of flak as a generation for our hook-up mentality. Everywhere I go, I hear people saying that us youths don’t like to settle down anymore.


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