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Thursday, Feb. 29
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Fear not

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There are a lot of things you could be scared about this coming Halloween.Ebola is spreading.


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Religious conversation needs to be accessible

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While the Veritas Forum this past Tuesday was quite an intriguing and interesting event, I believe that the entire discussion was largely lacking in accessibility to a common audience.



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The wonders of IU

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Ordinarily, I look out into the world for inspiration: local, national and international current events, controversies and culture compel me to start a conversation among students and citizens in Bloomington that encourages us to see ourselves in the context of the larger global picture. However, this week, I find myself most captivated by the incredible things happening right here at home.

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Reevaluating our ethical values

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As we’re approaching Halloween, it’s no surprise that there has been some recent controversy over the issue of costumes.


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Improve trans policies

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In the interest of full disclosure, it is important that I am forefront about the fact that I am an Indiana University Student Association Congressman and that my views are not necessarily representative of IUSA or associated groups.In the past month or so, I have introduced two resolutions to help transgender students across our campus.



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INDOT, do your job

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A recent article in the IDS by Brian Seymour about Pamela Davidson, a local Democrat, who took down signs that urged people to vote Republican got me thinking: where did all these signs come from?



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That blood is pretty gay

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By donating blood you can save someone’s life, or someone can save yours.There is a list of rules and regulations to determine eligibility to donate blood.


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Who is Tom Steyer?

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Environmental concerns are crucial here at IU, but it appears that some people’s efforts are rewarded far more than others.


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Talking fat

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“Does she already know that she’s fat, or do one of us have to tell her?”I overheard it next to me in a restaurant.


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The exorcism of Latoya Ammons

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I don’t know about children, but the number one thing scaring college students stiff these days are ethnically or culturally indicative costumes.


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Whats with Renee?

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Breaking news struck the country last week, shocking millions, sparking a frenzy of media coverage.


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Doing what's right

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I recently finished a fine book on World War II. It is called the "Deadly Embrace," by Robert J. Mazrek.


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When the unexpected happens

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As college students, we pretty much believe we are invincible, even untouchable. We allow ourselves to get comfortable and cozy under that cream-and-crimson-colored blanket that shelters us from the outside world.


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The ISIS factor

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The Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant has recently become particularly adept at recruiting impressionable westerners into their sect.


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They're athletes, but students first

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The final investigation into the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill’s scandal has concluded that several courses that its athletes were enrolled in were, in fact, entirely fictitious.


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We need to pay them to play

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One of most heavily debated topics in not only college athletics, but athletics in general, is if varsity college athletes should receive monetary compensation.


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Cheater cheater pumpkin eater

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I dread those cold winter mornings when my alarm goes off, and my body just lies in the confines of my warm covers for a few extra minutes, which eventually turns into a few extra hours.