Letter: Learning how to say vagina

Letter: Learning how to say vagina

Yes, you read right, I said/typed vagina. What is the big deal? I am still wondering this myself. Last year when I was having dinner with my gals in DS, […]

 

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    Students attempt to break record for registered organ donors

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  • Nuclear weapon-free world advocate and physicist Franceso Calogero spent Nov. 12-15 on campus lecturing on mathematics and scientific ethics. Calogero is a noted scholar, and accepted a Nobel Peace Prize in 1995 on behalf of the organization Pugwash, with which he worked to produce works on the feasibility and desirability of eliminating all nuclear weapons from the world. Photo by Morgan Schleif.

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  • Students participate in local food sampling Tuesday afternoon during BREW week. The even, held in the Atrium, gave students the opportunity to taste test foods produced locall, which are more environmentally sustainable than foods shipped around the country. This is part of the week long sustainabiliity-themed BREW week. Photo by Morgan Schleif.

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    Coming to terms with your guilty pleasures

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