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Sundays at Sodexo

 Despite the constant gripes and whining from most students, Sodexo is actually pretty good. Students are provided with a constantly changing menu, a wide variety of food to choose from at each meal and consistently friendly service. However, there’s one little thing Sodexo does that is bothersome. Sodexo does not […]

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Bad press for Woods is bad press for America

“One of the things that my parents have taught me is never listen to other people’s expectations,” Tiger Woods said before his successful and prestigious life was, for the first time, bombarded with bad publicity. I was encouraged by the country’s reaction to the immoral decisions of Mr. Woods, the […]

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Class warfare still exists and the rich are winning

In a recent New York Times article, billionaire Warren Buffett said, “There’s class warfare, all right, but it’s my class, the rich class, that’s making war, and we’re winning.” Buffett is right. With the help of an economically-conservative agenda of tax-cuts and deregulation actively promoted by the rich, today’s society […]

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What boils my egg

There seems to be plenty of drama floating around the late night television shows. Audiences are torn between who they wish to support on the battlefield of ratings. From the very start of the situation, I knew whose side I was on … You know what really boils my egg? […]

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College debt a necessary evil?

Every good businessman will tell you that you must spend money to make money, so investing a hefty amount of cash in return for an invaluable education is the responsible, even clever, thing to do. It used to be that an American would have a pretty good chance for a […]