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Kaan Jon Boztepe is a School of Arts and Sciences senior double majoring in philosophy and history. His column, "Kaanotations," runs on alternate Tuesdays.

BOZTEPE: You can fight back against choice overload

Choice overload is a cognitive process in which people begin to have a strenuous time making decisions since they have so many options. Similar to the modern day swipe left/right addiction, choice overload is a dangerous function that blurs our ability to see clearly and think comprehensively when forming final decisions.   

Shubhrant Kumar is a School of Arts and Sciences junior majoring in political science. His column, "The Transatlantic Perspective," runs on alternate Mondays.

KUMAR: Leftist populism continues falling flat

Earlier this week Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-Vt.) officially ended his bid for presidency after a long drawn out campaign that saw him vying unsuccessfully for the Democratic nomination alongside former Vice President Joe Biden, who is now the clear favorite to face off against President Donald J. Trump in November.  

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