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05 Jun 2023

A Genocide Dismissed 

Members of the Armenian Student Association (ASA) silently occupied Quarry Plaza as the bustle of students around them continued on. About 10 students sat and laid with signs on Feb. 4 outside the bookstore, surrounded by sorority booths. Every few minutes a passerby would pause…


Flogs and Fantasies 

Kathryn walked through the dark streets of San Francisco. In heels and little else, she traversed the hills unsure if she was ready for what she would find. Finally stumbling upon the red door she was looking for, she got past the bouncers, grabbed her…


Hunger at Home 

The college student living off of microwave ramen has become a trope in popular culture. It becomes much less endearing, however, when the student is in the next room over, and their mental and emotional health are at risk. Over a quarter of University of…


Success out of Suffering 

“You don’t really know what you’re capable of doing until the chips are down and you have to act,” Dr. Hedwig “Hedy” Rose said softly but with poise and assuredness. She paused, and the room of onlookers could have heard a pin drop. Rose stood…

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