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Land of the brave

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I’ve never been faced with a traumatic life-changing event, but if something were to happen to me, I’d like to have a say in how I deal with it.




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The cost of freedom

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It has been reported that three gunmen opened fire inside the HQ of the French publication Charlie Hebdo Wednesday morning, killing ten journalists, including four founding cartoonists, and two police officers.


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People should learn to apologize

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Since mistakes are a part of everyday life, it’s only fair that apologies should be as well. But I guess there is something peculiar about the prospect of apologies.







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Surprise, Moses wasn't white

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Ridley Scott’s new movie, "Exodus: Gods and Kings," is the newest attempt at a biblical re-do that has got a lot of people asking the question, “Why is everyone so white?”


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Work without meaning

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A year old article written by Anthropology professor David Graeber stirred some controversy when Graeber began questioning exactly how necessary all these jobs that have been created within the last half-century really are.  Of course, Graeber calls himself out, asking from the readers’ perspective: who are you to say what jobs matter and which don’t?


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Don't forget the future

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I was 5 years old when the Windows on the World collapsed on 9/11. I didn’t know what terrorism was, or that it could result in 2,996 deaths.



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Make a change for trans

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You’re sitting in class. Maybe you’re paying attention, maybe you’re scrolling through Tumblr, I don’t know and I don’t care. Then your teacher starts calling on students.


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CIA's torture policy is not the answer to terrorism

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If you didn’t already know just how bad the CIA tortured captives during the War on Terror, the Senate Intelligence Committee released a report Tuesday that described the inhumane methods of torture used by CIA officials on detained militants during the George W.